- PW Star Watch 2019 Honorees
Margot AtwellHead of publishingKickstarter, BrooklynEight weeks ago, Atwell was promoted to the position of head of publishing at Kickstarter.
- Live From BEA, Saturday, May 31
In this book, she makes Mary, Queen of Scots, come to life.”
- Fall 2021 Announcements: Religion & spirituality
Forthcoming books this season look at the Hebrew Bible and the Talmud from a mix of historical, literary, and theological perspectives.
- BEA 2001: Long Live the Book
It was the kind of trade show for which few people had superlatives.
- Notable Deaths of 2013
\tThe deaths of individuals who have contributed to the 20th and 21st century literary landscapes provide an opportunity: to reflect on lives lived in the service of ideas, stories, and free expression.
- Publishing in Central Europe
Click here for PW's web-exclusive list of companies in Central Europe.
- Printing in Hong Kong & China, 2016
Aside from the print manufacturing floors at its purpose-built Shenzhen headquarters, there are unique spaces dedicated to an art library (50,000 titles and counting), a bookshop (with a special Taschen section), a café, a mobile art gallery, lecture halls, and theaters.
- PW Star Watch 2018 Honorees
The sisters also produce an annual report each March on diversity in romance publishing that has drawn much attention from the industry.Veronica Santiago LiuFounder and general coordinatorWord Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria, New York CityWhat began as a one week, or maybe one month tops,
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 7/30/2007
Annette Vallon: A Novel of the French Revolution James Tipton.
- Fall 2017 Children's Announcements: Publishers S-Z
Sasquatch/Little BigfootFrank the Seven-Legged Spider by Michaele Razi (Sept. 12, hardcover, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-63217-128-3).
- Fall 2021 Children's Announcements: Publishers M-Q
Macmillan/Farrar, Straus and GirouxI’ll Hold Your Hand by Maggie C.
- The Wizards of Oz
Australian publishing has become ever more diverse and features a mix of players that includes big home-grown companies, branches of multinationals, longtime family operations, several veteran publishers and editors who have gone out on their own, and
- Fall 2018 Children's Announcements: Publishers M-Q
A rebel heiress avenges her father’s death with the help of some jewel-thieving drag queens.
- Fall 2015 Children's Announcements: Publishers A-D
Abbeville KidsChef Foody’s Field Trip by Agostino Traini (Sept. 15, hardcover, $14.95, ISBN 978-0-7892-1241-2).
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 4/30/2007
Growing up in early 1970s Queens, Nathan Mirsky idolizes his older brother, Daniel, a student antiwar activist at Columbia University, but after Daniel moves to the West Coast and begins a downward spiral into addiction, the brothers grow apart.