- Four Questions for Peter Brown
It was actually a good call, because the energy he shows on the cover now is more fun and interesting.
- Children's and YA LGBTQ Books: Spring 2021
Ages 4–8.Peter and Parsons follow a loving and diverse family, featuring an interracial gay couple and an adopted nongendered young protagonist, as they explore the different worlds that reading stories transports them to.Born Ready: The True Story of a Boy Named PenelopeJodie Patterson, illus.
- Four Questions for Erika Moen and Matthew Nolan
Moen: We were very purposeful that every chapter starts with a fictional story about a teen who encounters a new situation they don’t know how to manage.
- Indie Spotlight: April 2021
There, I realized that some of the best content came after and between presentations, informally—when people told stories.
- James Ellroy Gets to the Scene of the Crime
Confidential; the Underworld U.S.A. trilogy, which starts with American Tabloid and covers the assassinations of John F.
- Meet the Good Guys: Close-up on Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips
Or sometimes an image or a cover painting might inspire me to think of a new scene for a character.
- Four Questions for Joanna Cotler
When I was primarily an editor, my head was always filled with others’ stories.
- In Conversation: Cynthia Levinson and Evan Turk
King on Time magazine’s cover in 1965, which you evoke perfectly in the book.
- Randomly Moving Particles: Poems
An ambitious persona poem closes the book, recounting the story of Major H, who returns to Essex after a tour of duty in Afghanistan with the 7th Armoured Division.
- We Had a Little Real Estate Problem: The Unheralded Story of Native Americans & Comedy
Barnum’s and Buffalo Bill shows, Nesteroff’s narrative returns often to the story of Oneida comic Charlie Hill.
- Compassion, Determination, and Justice: The 2021 Kweli Color of Children's Literature Conference
Even then, she felt there was interest in her story, but no support or expertise.
- Cover Reveal: 'Out of My Heart'
Lucy Arnold is the firefly artist for the cover image, and Paul Draine is the photographer.
- U.S. Book Show Gears Up
Book Show will do what PW does best: build buzz around books, and connect the community in one—this time virtual—place.”Editor’s Picks Panels: A SamplingThe Editors’ Picks panels feature editors discussing their forthcoming titles and the stories behind the stories.
- Four Questions for Paula Yoo
Yoo’s nonfiction narrative is extensive, being the first and only account to cover Chin’s case in its entirety.
- The Twelve Lives of Alfred Hitchcock: An Anatomy of the Master of Suspense
“The Murderer” discusses “voyeurism, guilt, enchanting blondes” and covers Hitchcock’s desire to reframe the slasher genre.