- The Unbearable Whiteness of Publishing Revisited
In fact, the main threads of Ledbetter’s story could very well have been plucked from any recent discussion surrounding publishing’s lack of racial and ethnic diversity today.
- In Brief: January 28, 2021
Pink and Magoon talked about the Tulsa Race Massacre, Pink’s research on the oft-covered-up event, and the contemporary resonances within her novel.
- New and Forthcoming Titles on Women, Girls and Empowerment
A set of stories about the forces that shape girls and the adults they become.
- Cover Reveal: 'Friends Forever'
“I think it’s a combination of an appealing art style, strong covers that tell you a bit about the story and the character, and then once you read the book, authentic characterization and an engrossing story,” she said.
- Noteworthy New Releases for Children and Teens: January 2021
Ages 4 and up.In four stories, Pinkney guides readers through the young child’s day.
- ALA 2021 Virtual Midwinter Meeting Gets Underway
Billed as a “blistering story of a young man making his Broadway debut just as his marriage implodes,” it is his first novel in 20 years.
- Children's and YA Books for Valentine's Day 2021
The local news covered her birth on a pizza parlor ladies’ room floor, and “no one grows out of anything in a small town”—especially when she takes a job at the Hot ’N Crusty.
- Lisa Scottoline Heads to Rome in Her New Novel
One semester covered the literature of the Holocaust.
- PW’s Most-Read Comics Stories of 2020
An Anti-racist graphic novel reading list in tribute to the memory of George Floyd, the impact of the pandemic on comics retail, the loss of comics conventions and festivals, and the rise in popularity of digital comics for the mobile generation, are among the topics covered in the most-
- Cover Reveal: 'Pax, Journey Home'
The first cover was just amazing.
- Cover Reveal: 'The Hawthorne Legacy'
The cover is revealed here for the first time in a PW exclusive.
- S&S Acquires New and Classic Works from Anita Lobel
“It has been so wonderful making books and sharing stories with Anita,” she said.
- Q & A with Nikki Grimes
It’s always the single story.
- A Picture Book Celebration of Black Lives
He has two children, ages eight and six, and wanted a story for them, especially after a conversation with a colleague who urged him to find stories that would tell them about their history.
- Kristin Hannah's Next Heroine Is Just Like You
The question was, who did she want to tell the story?