- Rep. John Lewis' 'March Book Two' Coming in 2015
Co-authored by Lewis and Andrew Aydin and drawn by Nate Powell, March Book Two continues the story of Lewis’s life and work in the Civil Rights movement and will be released in early 2015.The acclaimed first volume, March Book One, has been a literary and commercial success.
- Soapbox: Double Duty
So my second thought was that having lived with my story for so long, I'd be a less difficult author if I at least tried to design the cover myself.
- Fast Look at Utah Kidnapping
She bought world rights directly from the two reporters, who have covered the story extensively in their papers and who have conducted many interviews with participants in the story, and plans to publish this summer.
- More for Jackie Fans
Kickoff was a cover-story book excerpt in People.
- Embracing His Indie Side
After getting his start publishing original stories in the magazines Deadline and Blast!
- Children's Books for Fall 2015: All Our Coverage
Spring 2016 Sneak Previews About Our Cover ArtistChristoph Niemann, the New Yorker cover artist and New York Times visual columnist, backed into the world of children’s books.
- A Beautiful Oops
\tDavid Samuel Levinson is the author of the story collection Most of Us Are Here Against Our Will.
- For Font Designer, 'Watchman' Proves an Unexpected Thrill
He then added: "With all my fonts added up, maybe I’ll get fifteen minutes total.”Correction: In an earlier version of this story, the picture caption said Veres was displaying his font used on the cover of Go Set a Watchman.
- Why Publishers (Still) Matter
And covers often inspire more emotion than any other part of the process.
- A New Look for ‘Liar’
As the publisher of Liar, we also hope that nothing further distracts from the quality of the author’s nuanced and accomplished story, and that a new cover will allow this novel’s many advocates to celebrate its U.S. publication without reservation.”Larbalestier praised the company’s decision.
- B&N, PRH Cancel Diverse Editions Promotion
B&N is featuring tables of African-American titles throughout their stores and is hosting an array of themed events, while Penguin Random House has an ongoing campaign called Black Stories Have Power, which encourages readers to share stories written by black authors that have had an impact on
- Closing In
For example, collecting paper ephemera from my writer friends, getting the audiobook recorded, writing the commissioned story, getting and preparing the cover art, proofing.
- E-Reads Reissues Harlan Ellison Backlist
Included in the collection are I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, Shatterday, and Deathbird Stories.
- In Memory of Daniel Pearl
The collection, introduced by his widow, Mariane, and including tributes from his co-workers at the newspaper, will be a varied one, representing Pearl's 10 years at the WSJ covering a wide range of stories; profits from the book will be donated to a trust established by Dow
- Panel Mania: Popgun Vol. 4
Popgun Vol. 4 also features work by Jock, Jeffrey Brown, and Erik Larsen, and the cover is by Ben Templesmith.