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  • Fall 2020 Flying Starts: Aiden Thomas
    Macmillan’s commitment to calling on diverse voices and talents during the publishing process, from soliciting POC and trans cover artists (including final cover artist Mars Lauderbaugh) to hiring Latinx trans nonbinary narrator Avi Roque for the audiobook sets a powerful example.Following his critically
    12/21/2020
  • PW’s Person of the Year: The Book Business Worker
    At 8 p.m. on March 22, the capital of the American book publishing business all but shut down.
    12/21/2020
  • The Lost Soul
    Tokarczuk’s poetic sensibility matches perfectly with Concejo’s hushed, evocative drawings, which comment abstractedly on the story, depicting humans in Hopper-esque isolation from each other and the natural world, until they eventually interact and integrate.
    12/21/2020
  • Where Wonder Grows
    Garcia paints one of the girls holding a transparent crystal framed by layers—a warm, shining core covered with strata of earth and water.
    12/21/2020
  • New Titles from Self-Publishers: December 2020
    Tori is determined to unearth the whole story for him.
    12/21/2020
  • The Searinged World: Sacred Stories of the Americas
    Spanning “north to south, east to west, and back again,” the entries cover a range of locales as well as varied topics and themes, including cosmic tales of creation and destruction (“ ‘Spider Grandmother,’ Hopi tradition”) and the heroic trials of twin brothers visiting the underworld (
    12/21/2020
  • Cover Redesign: 'Reasonable Doubt' by Steve Vogel
    To submit a book for a free cover redesign, email us at booklifeeditor@booklife.com.Design Note #1: Showing a typical American street gives an ironic sense of the shocking story being told.Design Note #2: Adding the word “true” to the subtitle helps the viewer understand that this
    12/21/2020
  • Muhammad Ali, Kinshasa 1974
    The fight has been covered in countless ways, and though this unique take on it is a bit of a mixed bag, it still lands plenty of punches.
    12/21/2020
  • Four Questions for Melissa Albert
    With the novel covers, I shared object lists and, for chapter headers, I would give ideas of objects that I felt were crucial to certain sections.
    12/17/2020
  • Licensing Hotline: December 2020
    The character is featured on the covers of several titles, including juvenile formats such as Disney Lucasfilm Press’ Allies & Enemies Level Two Reader and A Clan of Two 8x8.
    12/15/2020
  • Cover Reveal: 'Keeping the City Going' by Brian Floca
    In a year of extraordinary hardship, children’s authors and illustrators have continued to do what they do best: to engage and entertain young readers and their families through stories.
    12/15/2020
  • A Wave Blue World Debuts New Model for Publishing Comics
    While their comics span a number of genres, Tyler said, the company’s focus is on “stories about the world, who we are and how we relate as people on this planet.”
    12/15/2020
  • The the Story of the Masters: Drama, Joy and Heartbreak at Golf's Most Iconic Tournament
    Golf writer Barrett (Miracle at Merion) draws on his decades of experience covering the Masters in this intelligent yet perfunctory account.
    12/14/2020
  • The Virtual Author School Visit Evolves
    And she has offered individual coaching and consulting services to fellow authors along the way.Messner’s in-depth Reinventing Author Visits workshop costs $99 and features four 75-minute sessions that offer information and examples covering everything from program formats, tech platforms, making curriculum connec
    12/14/2020
  • Affirming: A Memoir of Faith, Sexuality, and Staying in the Church
    Gary’s surprising, forthright story uncovers the damage of anti-LGBTQ religious beliefs and policies.
    12/14/2020

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