- Spring Hardcovers 2002: Self-Help
., $15) by Brooke Newman tells a parable about finding hope in disappoint or frustration.
- BEA 2013: Grouped Exhibitors on the Floor by Numbers
Campbell Associates, Inc \tRC70 Warner Bros Global Publishing \tRC71 Arcturus Publishing Limited \tRC72 University of Chicago Press \tRC73 David Black Literary Agency \tRC74 David Black Literary Agency \tRC75 Cypress House \tRC76 Kyle Books \tRC77 Princeton University Press
- Sexual Harassment Is a Problem in Publishing
And that’s what I did.”Brooke Warner, publisher of She Writes Press, said one issue is that many of the men who sexually harass women assume their behavior is aboveboard: “ think they’re being charming, or flirtatious.
- Fall 2004 Hardcovers: Fiction/Science Fiction & Fantasy
., $26.95) by Terry Brooks is a sequel to Jarka Ruus, in which Pen seeks the mystical Tanequil tree.
- Springing Forward: Fiction/First Novels & Collections
RAINCOAST BOOKS Gotta Find Me an Angel (May, $21.95) by Brenda Brooks.
- Getting an Earful
Simultaneous Warner paperback.
- The Bling Blings of Spring: An On-sale Calendar of the Season's Big Money Titles
Good Grief by Lolly Winston (Warner, $18). 100,000 first printing.
- To Be Continued...
"Several years ago," says Warner mass market editorial director Beth de Guzman, "people were saying that they were tired of interconnected books, but in recent years the cycle has turned back to where tie-in romance books are once again
- Working the Floor, W
WARNER BOOKS A part of the Time Warner Book Group.
- Spoken Audio For Spring
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- PW: BEA 2000: Working the Floor
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- Here Come the Brides
"This has become a very competitive category," notes associate publisher Anne Brooks.
- Spoken Audio For Fall
AUDIO LITERATURE Dist. by Publishers Group West; (800) 788-3123 Loving What Is by Byron Katie with Stephen Mitchell.
- Forecasts from October 27 Issue
Preface by Peter Brook, foreword by Robert Thurman.
- 2001 Puts the Book Back into BEA
Jack: Straight from the Gut (Warner) made headlines when the publisher paid more than $7 million for it, and the house is expected to throw another million bucks into promoting it.