- New Kids' and YA Books: Week of February 3, 2020
Rubin (Coco Chanel) presents a detailed history of voting in America and the numerous battles to garner this right for people other than white, male property owners.
- Rights Report: Week of January 27, 2020
The book is set for 2022; Jennifer Unter at the Unter Agency brokered the deal.Reka Simonsen at Atheneum has bought North American rights to J.
- Unsung Hoops Heroes: PW Talks with John Feinstein
I learned that from Bob Woodward when I was a night police reporter at the Post, as a kid.
- Front Row at the Trump Show
ABC News correspondent Karl (The Right to Bear Arms) offers a blow-by-blow chronicle of Donald Trump’s path to the White House in this detailed yet disappointing account that concludes two months before impeachment.
- Adam Hochschild Has a Thing for Stories of Rebels
“Right now, I’m plowing through informers’ reports ,” he says.
- Left Bank Books Cancels Cummins Appearance for 'American Dirt'
It is one of many voices, and in America, we all have the right to speak.”
- Reagan Arthur to Head Knopf; Mavjee Returns to PRH
Knopf, reporting to Arthur.
- Rights Report: Week of January 20, 2020
Publication is slated for spring 2021; Rena Rossner at the Deborah Harris Agency brokered the deal.Janine O'Malley at FSG has acquired world rights to Barbara O'Connor's Halfway to Harmony.
- Changes at PRH Audio, Sub Rights
With Fitzgerald’s job switch, Denise Cronin, senior v-p of subsidiary rights, has been promoted to executive director of sub rights for the entire Random House division, including the Crown imprints.Fitzgerald will report direct to Amanda D’Acierno, president and publisher of the audio gr
- Fake Truth
A report of two tourists killed on a Portugal honeymoon leads Ian, with Margo’s CIA resources, to uncover an operation by the Kitchen, a Russian misinformation company utilizing its own secret asset—a sleeper agent and right-wing Fox News host, Dwight Edney—to stoke the news’ show’s viewers
- The Most Anticipated Books of Spring 2020
HistoryCoffeeland: One Man’s Dark Empire and the Making of Our Favorite Drug by Augustine Sedgewick (Penguin Press, Apr.) – Starred by PW, this eye-opening book chronicles the economic, social, political, and agricultural transformation of El Salvador during the 20th century as plant
- The Week in Libraries: January 17, 2020
Smithsonian reports on the resolution of a major librarian crime spree.
- Rights Report: Week of January 13, 2020
Literary Agency sold world rights.Luana Horry at HarperCollins has bought world rights to A Spoonful of Faith, written and illustrated by Jena Holliday.
- Writers to Watch Spring 2020
Originally envisioned as a secure communication tool for dissidents and reporters, the fictional app explodes among teenagers using it to lob vicious messages.
- The Week in Libraries: January 10, 2020
WSB-TV 2 filed this report on the Gwinnett County libraries plan to dump the Dewey Decimal System.