- Denver's Tattered Cover Bookstore Is Sold to Two Entrepreneurs
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- The Turkey Shoot: Tracking the Attica Cover-Up
A major contribution to the Attica story.
- First Peek at Cover of Brian Selznick's 'Wonderstruck'
The structure is wholly original, the transitions between stories are awe-inspiring, and how the two stories ultimately come together is tender and resonant.”
- Villarosa Joins Tattered Cover to Curate BIPOC Books
In response, Spearman vowed to “move forward with a mindset fueled by Black Lives Matter” and make the store more inclusive and accessible to Denver’s BIPOC community.In an earlier version of this story, the Hue-Man Bookstore in New York City was mis-identified.
- Cover Reveal: 'Perfectly Pegasus' by Jessie Sima
When a story is meaningful to people, it’s important to me that I not betray the heart of it.
- Translators Fight for Credit on Their Own Book Covers
When FSG shared on its Instagram the cover of the forthcoming short story collection The Trouble with Happiness by Tove Ditlevsen, translated by Michael Favala Goldman, some commenters noted that Goldman’s name was missing from the cover.
- Lit Riffs: Writers ""Cover"" Songs They Love
Writers pay homage to rockers in Lit Riffs, a collection of 24 stories inspired by songs.
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- Cover Reveal: 'The Kicks: Saving the Team' by Alex Morgan
“It was easy for me to turn to my teammates for real-life experiences to help shape the story,” she says.
- Cover Reveal: 'Before the Ever After' by Jacqueline Woodson
Paulsen elaborated on the cover image.
- Cover Reveal: 'Salt to the Sea' by Ruta Sepetys
“For both covers, the challenge was to find a way to convey the fact that although these are tragic stories, they ultimately leave you with a sense of hope and humanity,” says Evangelista.
- When a Cover Can Ruin a Book | ShelfTalker
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- Chaos Walking Trilogy Steps Out with New Covers
And he noted that the covers are gender-neutral, “which was also very important to me.
- Cover Reveal: 'Coming Up Cuban' by Sonia Manzano
These come together to create one story of hope.
- Three Rave Reviews and Cover Critiques | ShelfTalker
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