- Straighten Up and Fly Right: The Life and Music of Nat King Cole
In this richly detailed biography, Friedwald (The Great Jazz and Pop Vocal Albums) tells the mesmerizing life story of singer and musician Nat King Cole (1919–1965).
- Sun Flower Lion
Divided into six short chapters, the story’s sentences relate the three objects to each other.
- My Time to Speak: Reclaiming Ancestry and Confronting Race
Calderon’s powerful story will resonate with readers.
- Defacing the Monument
Briante’s richly insightful work will be an invaluable resource for those writers drawn to covering human rights issues but anxious about doing so sensitively.
- Spring 2020 Flying Starts: Claribel Ortega
She spent some time as a reporter for the school paper and the Rivertowns Enterprise in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., where she covered a little bit of everything, including human interest stories and local politics.
- Nana Says I Will Be Famous One Day
The puppy who narrates this story by Stott (Want to Play Trucks?)
- In Brief: June 25, 2020
Imprint associate editor Weslie Turner moderated the discussion, which covered Marvel, anime, craft, and their respective roads to publishing.
- Cover Reveal: 'Milo Imagines the World'
In a PW exclusive, the cover is revealed here for the first time.
- Looking Ahead: Will Writers on Racial Justice Find Their Audience?
We are looking to journalists who have covered the story for a book that would move outward from Taylor’s death to the broader history of policing and racial injustice in our city and beyond," Ratcliff told RBL.
- Licensing Hotline: June 2020
When releases started moving to streaming this spring, RH’s marketing department quickly switched to an “in-home premiere” message, with a focus on “turning screen time into story time,” Angelilli said.
- Fall 2020 Announcements: Art, Architecture & Photography
The Look of the Book: Jackets, Covers, and Art at the Edges of Literature Peter Mendelsund and David J.
- Fall 2020 Announcements: Mysteries & Thrillers
Jonathan Stride’s best friend, Steve Garske, confesses on his deathbed that he protected Stride by covering up a murder.
- Fall 2020 Announcements: Cooking & Food
This A–Z compendium of more than 100 cocktails covers the classics and key techniques.
At a rundown cabin in Ammerland, Germany, the body of Lukas Ohlburg is found covered in moss, as is the interior of the lodge.
- Jeff Hobbs Brings You Back to School
“Talking to someone that no one has heard of, that isn’t famous, and somehow helping their story become part of a reader’s story—that’s pretty neat,” Hobbs says.Elaine Szewczyk’s writing has appeared in McSweeney’s and other publications.