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  • Lessons in Disguise
    In the end, this well-meaning story succeeds at reminding readers of the precious value of the printed word.
    04/05/2021
  • Off the Record
    Struggling with her family’s commentary on her body and resigning herself to wait until college to find friends, Josie’s delighted when a magazine contest offers her a chance to travel on a multicity press tour and write a cover story on Marius, the Black star of an upcoming film, whom
    04/05/2021
  • Cover Reveal: 'It Fell from the Sky' by the Fan Brothers
    The one on the cover was chosen from their collection.
    03/30/2021
  • Poison Flowers & Pandemonium
    Sala’s instantly recognizable watercolor art is equal parts charming and ominous, mixing influences from Edward Gorey to Famous Monsters of Filmland to old paperback covers.
    03/29/2021
  • Book Deals: Week of March 29, 2021
    The second book, Bugsy, is a story collection.Langan Enjoys ‘Night Out’ at AtriaLoan Le at Atria Books nabbed world rights to Mom’s Night Out by Sarah Langan (Good Neighbors).
    03/29/2021
  • Saying Farewell to PW’s First Lady
    This high-wire act was further complicated by the fact that we had editors on the ground—whether in D.C., Anaheim, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans, or New York—vying to cover the show as it unfolded and looking for breaking news and appealing to Daisy for column spa
    03/29/2021
  • On and Off the Road with Bob Dylan
    He trusted me to bring his vision to life the way he wanted it done and that I would cover his back, like we had always done together.
    03/29/2021
  • Steerforth Speaks Truth to Power
    Additional titles are forthcoming from Lisa Forbes, a memoirist whose work addresses the topic of mass reincarceration; Diya Abdo, a thought leader on the U.S. refugee experience; and Christopher Finan, a former president of the ABA’s Foundation for Free Speech.In keeping with the imprint’s unifying
    03/29/2021
  • Stacey Abrams Is a Power Player in Her First Legal Thriller
    “I remember the first time I saw a Black woman on a book cover.
    03/29/2021
  • Remembering a Year to Forget
    We had packages everywhere, covering every surface and overflowing out of every box.
    03/22/2021
  • Filthy Animals
    Many of the stories cover a 24-hour period in Madison, Wis., beginning with the excellent “Pot Luck.”
    03/22/2021
  • What about the Baby?: Some Thoughts on the Art of Fiction
    In “Story,” she cites Woolf’s novel Jacob’s Room and covers the magic of a strong opening paragraph and first sentence, the “Now what?”
    03/22/2021
  • A Campus Killer Stalks the Pages of This Debut Thriller
    Everything has felt unreal with the pandemic—but when I see the cover or read a tweet, I think, this is real!”
    03/22/2021
  • Lerner Publishing Partners with Read Woke to Launch Book Series
    “I hope these books will encourage them to share their own stories.”With six additional titles scheduled for spring 2022 and six more for fall 2022, Lewis hints at what future topics will be tackled in forthcoming Issues in Action titles.
    03/19/2021
  • Q & A with Aisha Saeed
    Shortly before I read The Interpreter of Maladies, I had discovered Shabanu: Daughter of the Wind by Suzanne Fisher Staples and saw for the first time anyone like me—a South Asian—on a cover of a book.
    03/19/2021

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