- Rights Report: Week of January 11, 2021
/Folio Literary Management did the deal for North American rights.
- Happy Parents’ Day: New Parenting Books 2021
“We’re glad that other people will have such rights,” Jenkins says.
- S&S Cancels Publication Plans for Book by Sen. Josh Hawley
(The First Amendment protects the right to free speech, but not the right to a platform, or to be paid for the publication of that speech.)
- Rights Report: Week of January 4, 2021
Wendy Loggia at Delacorte has acquired North American rights to Trex by Christyne Morrell.
- Rights Report: Week of December 21, 2020
Literary Agency negotiated the deal for world rights.
- PW Notable: Jamie and Angela Schwesnedl
“Politically, we’re right where we want to be.”Back to the main feature.
- PW’s Person of the Year: The Book Business Worker
Months after that, booksellers on the West Coast scrambled to serve their communities and save their shops as massive wildfires blazed across the countryside.All the while, workers in libraries and warehouses, like booksellers, put on their personal protective equipment and reported for duty.
- Witness to the Execution: PW Talks with Ellen McGarrahan
I’m a private detective—the word private is right there in the job description.
- Spiegel and Grau Go Solo, Launching Indie House
Susanna Lea Associates will be managing the company’s foreign rights.
- ‘Kent State’ On Top of PW’s 2020 Graphic Novel Critics Poll
Sacco’s detailed cross-hatched black and white portraiture showcases scenes that are “meticulously reported and drawn with astounding attention to detail,” said Mirk.
- Rights Report: Week of December 14, 2020
Claire Stetzer at Bloomsbury has bought world rights to The Sublime Ms.
- Faithless in Death: An Eve Dallas Novel
The final triumph of right over might will leave readers exhilarated.
- The Top 10 Library Stories of 2020
But nothing compares to the Covid-19 pandemic that has so far claimed some 300,000 American lives, and in March forced a historic nationwide mass closure of public spaces, including libraries.On February 29, Washington’s King County reported what was then believed to be the nation’s first death
- The Virtual Author School Visit Evolves
“Right now, I do about 25 students per class.”
- Ibram X. Kendi, Ethan Hawke Among ALA Midwinter Meeting Speakers
Though it was not without some initial tech hiccups, which were to be expected, ALA reported strong engagement and more than 10,000 attendees.