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  • Poisoned Pen Press Creates YA Imprint
    The imprint is looking to release mysteries that cover, it said, "all traditional" forms.
  • Blair's Book Goes West
    Apart from being a frank account from Blair's point of view of his experiences at the paper, the book will also cover his unsuccessful efforts to interest a New York publisher in his story.
  • JFK Jr. Redux
    The book was featured in a People cover story, and Vanity Fair ran the first serialization in its May issue.
  • 95th Annual Children's Book Week Promotions Ramp Up
    It shows nine animals and asks readers to match each with the story in which it appears (for example: a crocodile figures in Peter Pan).Details about official and local Children’s Book Week events will be added to the website in the weeks leading up to the celebrations.
  • Academic Publishing in China 2019: All Our Coverage
    The last time we covered this particular segment, it was in 2017 when these university presses had just started to expand their role from serving the academia and students to include the reading public while also preparing to meet new challenges that arise from digital publishing and new business model
  • TV Quiz Queen To Tell Tale
    Robinson has had a notable journalistic career in her native England despite her bouts with the bottle, as a reporter covering the struggles in Northern Ireland and later as a noted consumer advocate on TV.
  • Advice on the Go
    There's lots of national publicity planned leading up to Mother's Day, including a 15-city television satellite tour, an appearance on The Tim RussertShow (May 7), an excerpt in the May issue of Good Housekeeping and a cover story in More magazine.
  • PublicAffairs Releasing Book on Wikileaks
    According to PublicAffairs, the title will "take the lid off the WikiLeaks phenomenon and explore the many strands of a story that continues to dominate world headlines."
  • Scorsese, De Niro Sell Joint Memoir
    Veteran movie director Martin Scorsese and actor Robert De Niro, with whom he has made some of his most memorable films, are jointly writing an account of their long personal and professional relationship, covering more than 30 years, and
  • Maya's Triumph
    There was a groundswell of enthusiasm from booksellers before the book's April 2 publication, when Angelou was the cover story in both Ingram's Advance and Barnes & Noble's Community magazines.
  • Smiling Irish Eyes
    This book covers 11 centuries, stopping at the 16th; the next volume will take the story into the 20th century.
  • Even Stephen...
    Though this King's had quite a reign, we've surely not heard the last of him; indeed, a sidebar to EW's story notes several "projects in the works."
  • Another Look at Thomas
    It's an expansion of a Post magazine cover story called The Lonely Stand of Clarence Thomas by the paper's national education reporter, Michael Fletcher, and black columnist Kevin Merida, and was sold, reportedly for six figures, to Doubleday editor-in-chief Bill Thomas for North Ame
  • Depression and War
    All this will be discussed in Hello to All That: A Memoir of Depression in the Shape of a War Story, just preempted by executive editor George Hodgman in a hard/soft North American rights deal for Henry Holt and Picador.
  • SMP Signs Pat O'Brien Book
    SMP is calling the book a "story of second chances," and says it will offer O'Brien's take on "how the media and celebrity worship has polluted the culture."

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