- Heartland Publishing Is Potent, But Resists Definition
Wrting of the exurbs and the increasing decentralization of the U.S. population, David Brooks, in the New York Times last week, described an American heartland in which "the publishing infrastructure is spare" and people buy books,
- Bestsellers by the Numbers
The cult of celebrity was also prevalent—during one week in May, Goldie Hawn, Jane Fonda and Brooke Shields were all on the list.
- Forecasts from April 1, 2002 Issue
Warner, $24.95 (416p) ISBN 0-446-53008-5JULY* HUNTED PAST REASONRichard Matheson.
- Media Heavies
Riverhead (272,889)March.Geraldine Brooks.
- Forecasts from July 29 Issue
Warner, $24.95 (408p) ISBN 0-446-53025-5DARK HORSETami Hoag.
- No Room at the Top
Warner (593,772) 24.
- Bestselling Books of the Year, 1996-2007
The Camel Club by David Baldacci, Warner Nonfiction1.
- Numbers Up; Fiction Dominates
Warner (473,080)Golden Buddha.
- Forecasts from March 3 Issue
Warner Aspect, $13.95 paper (352p) ISBN 0-446-67929-1 Mar.WINDOWPANESteve Perry.
- Picture Books Go Graphic
"Comic books were kind of polar opposites from trade books," says Roaring Brook editor Neal Porter.
- Deals: Week of April 23, 2012
Seal Press Nabs Memoir Agent Rita Rosenkranz sold North American rights to a self-published memoir called Replacement Child to Brooke Warner at Seal Press.
The Briefing Diana Baroni at Warner Wellness has acquired N.
- Hardcover Bestsellers
- Deals: Big Memoirs to Crown
Big Memoirs to Crown Harmony publisher Shaye Areheart just signed up a new book by Brooke Newman with a preemptive six
- PW: E-Shorts
Calvin Lowe, president of Bowie State University; Matt Moynahan, Reciprocal; Ken Brooks, Barnes & Noble; Sol Rosenberg, Versaware; Steve Potash, Overdrive; Markku Hakkinen, isSound; Mike Miron, Content Guard; and Carol Risher, Savantech.com.