- A Young (and Very Ambitious) Group of Publishers
AST From its humble beginning as a bookshop in 1990, AST has produced nearly 33,000 titles within the span of 22 years.
- In Brief: October 7
On the Road with Cinda Williams Chima Author Cinda Williams Chima is currently on tour for the second book in her Seven Realms series, The Exiled Queen (Disney-Hyperion, Sept.), which follows last year's The Demon King.
- In Brief: July 15
Nielsen launched her debut novel, Forbidden Sea (Scholastic Press, July), about a girl who discovers that a legendary local mermaid may be real, at the King’s English Bookshop in Salt Lake City.
- In Brief: May 13
(in an event with Anderson’s Bookshop),and in New York, the United Nations International School (seen here) and Borders Columbus Circle.
- Galleys on the Go Give Readers an Early Look at Debut Novel
Before I Fall centers on Samantha, a high-school queen bee who attempts to redeem herself, as she relives the day of her death seven times after she's killed in a car crash.
- Fiction Reviews: 7/13/2009
- Fiction Book Reviews
(June) Queen Takes KingGigi Levangie Grazer.
- 2008 Regional Roundup
This time the focus is on children's books, with publicists, marketers and reps Deb Shapiro (Bloomsbury Children's), Jason Wells (Abrams Books), Kathy Space (Penguin Books), Katie McGary (Simon & Schuster) and Linda Magram (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt); Vicky Uminowicz of Titcomb
- Children's Book Reviews
Feiwel & Friends, $17.95 (304p) ISBN 978-0-312-37328-3 In his middle-grade debut, Buzbee (The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop) pays eerie tribute to a great American author.
- Nonfiction Reviews: Week of 7/14/2008
Instead, Largo gives an alphabetical biographical listing of actors, authors and artists, politicians and Celtic queens, from the eternal (Van Gogh, Sappho, Charlie Parker) to the obscure (Art Acord, Berthold der Schwarz).
- Fall 2008 Trade Paperback Reprints
Graywolf Press The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop (July, $15) by Lewis Buzbee.
- Live From BEA, Saturday, May 31
In this book, she makes Mary, Queen of Scots, come to life.”
- Carrie Kania
Despite a bumpy start in the Big Apple—she was working for a computer programmer, sharing a studio with a drag queen—Kania got a lucky break when she met Michael Morrison at a friend's wedding.
- Nonfiction Reviews: Week of 5/26/2008
The Day After He Left for Iraq: From Goodbye to Welcome Home Melissa Seligman.
- BEA's Convention & Education Schedule
The ABA's Day of Education is being held on Thursday, May 29, at the Hotel ABA (the Renaissance Hollywood).