- Fallout: The Hiroshima Cover-Up and the Reporter Who Revealed It to the World
Journalist Blume (Everybody Behaves Badly) delivers a thrilling behind-the-scenes account of John Hersey’s seminal 1946 report on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
- Indie Publishers Cope with Covid
“I don’t see any reason to put my team’s health at risk right now.
- Fall 2020 Announcements: Politics & Current Events
The civil rights leader looks back on the Obama presidency and the 2016 election and spotlights new political movements that have materialized in response to the Trump administration.
- Her Final Words
But something doesn’t feel right to Lucy.
- Rights Report: Week of June 15, 2020
Nagger Literary Agency negotiated the deal for world rights.
- DoJ Sues John Bolton Over Forthcoming Memoir
On June 7, NSC officials then "first learned" from media reports that Bolton and his publisher were pressing forward with a June 23 publication.
- Fall 2020 Announcements: Audio
., $25.98, ISBN 978-1-5491-0267-7) expands on the authors’ reporting for the Miami Herald, offeringrevelations about the federal investigation of malware at Mar-a-Lago, the consistent misuse of taxpayer dollars there, and more.Jagged Little Pill by Alanis Morissette and Diablo Cody,
- ABA's Priority Is 'Keeping Bookstores Open'
"In reporting problems, please be as specific as possible, and we will try to address them and get ahead of any issues before the fourth quarter."
- Rights Report: Week of June 8, 2020
Christy Ottaviano at Macmillan/Ottaviano has bought world rights to Dreki by Mary Logue.
- Time for Change
As a first step, we will hire a black journalist to write a regular magazine column and report for our other vehicles, covering diversity and all other topics related to the book business.
- Sarah Vaughn's New Novel Lurks in the Shadows of Motherhood
“I needed to get the details right,” she says.
- Pandemic Progress Report
For the past couple of months, as the world has grappled with stay-at-home orders and self-isolation in light of the Covid-19 crisis, PW has been reporting on the many ways that publishers and education companies are providing resources for educators, students, and families doing schoolwork
- Changes Loom as Public Libraries Begin to Reopen
Rosenblum reports that digital library card usage is up 351%.
- Publishers Raise, Donate Funds to Antiracist Causes
Publishers Quarto Group and Tin House Books are both committing funding to causes supporting black rights and social justice in response to the civil unrest nationwide following the killling of George Floyd by Minneapolis police.On Twitter, Tin House announced that it donated $5,000 to Don't Shoot
- Rights Report: Week of June 1, 2020
Joni Sussman at Kar-Ben has acquired world rights to Bonnie Lindauer's (l.)