- Follett Addresses New Directions and Challenges at Annual Summit
(PW will cover these sessions in future articles.)
- Rights Report: Week of October 4, 2021
The HarperCollins editions will have refreshed covers for these classic titles.
- Finalists for 2021 NBA in Young People's Literature Announced
As the two travel, visiting national landmarks that connect them to the ghosts of their ancestors, a tender love story unfolds, one that debut author McBride skillfully renders while covering serious topics such as grief and mental health, including suicidal ideation.”
- Monsters, Myths, Magic, and Mad Science: PW Talks with Rex Ogle
It adds a whole other level that engages readers and pulls them deeper into the story.Talk about finding a balance between the fun story elements and more serious topics like divorce and confronting major life changes in childhood.I think the best stories cover the spectrum between adventure
- 2021 NBA Finalists Announced
Cho (Feminist Press) \tCovered with Night: A Story of Murder and Indigenous Justice in Early America by Nicole Eustace (Liveright) \tAll That She Carried: The Journey of Ashley’s Sack, a Black Family Keepsake by Tiya Miles, (Random House)<
The two share a desire to cover a big story rather than the lightweight pieces they’re assigned.
- Holiday Gift Guide 2021: Illustrated Books and Sidelines
The editors take care to select racially inclusive images, and though there are glances beyond a Western perspective—Jawaharlal Nehru is deemed an icon for his namesake jacket—the focus remains on North America and Europe, which “reflects the regrettable manner in which those stories have been prioritized over
- Holiday Gift Guide 2021: Comics
Together, reader and protagonist move from story to story, assembling clues for an escape.
- Holiday Gift Guide 2021: Nonfiction
That’s all a story is, really: a continual system of escalation.”
- Murder at Greysbridge, 4
Though the overcomplicated plot offers few innovations, Carter’s good-hearted characters and nice use of familiar country-house mystery motifs combine for an entertaining story.
- The Candy Dish
She wants more, but the dish’s cover suddenly sticks tight.
- In Defense of Mean Girls in YA Literature
The kind of girl whose monster-like behavior covers up her insecurities and her secrets.
- Cover Reveal: 'Moonflower'
“What I was really excited about was bringing Daniel’s more mature, fine-art style to Moonflower’s cover,” she said.
- Forged by Fire, Fueled by Books: How the Oakland Hills Firestorm Fueled My Love of Books and Forged My Career
In my cover letter I told the story of the impact those several photos had had on me, and I’m convinced that’s what got me my initial interview.
- Cover Redesign: 'Chance or Circumstance?' by James R. Mapp
To submit a book for a free cover redesign, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Design Note 1: The compass is important to the story’s plot and theme, so adding it front and center helps pull everything together.Design Note 2: Since the subtitle is very important to selling the