|May 16||The ARC Houses Have Finally Landed (shelftalker)|
Giving ARCs new homes, through community partnership.
|May 16||Books a Target of New China Tariffs|
|May 16||S&S Launches Indie Quick Start|
|May 16||Artbook | D.A.P. Distribution Goes Global|
|May 15||How to Not Get Hired (shelftalker)|
A top 10 list of hints for bookstore applicants.
|May 15||Panel Mania: BTTM FDRS by Ezra Claytan Daniels and Ben Passmore|
|May 15||Storytelling Featured in BookExpo Kickoff Roundtable|
|May 15||Michael Wolff Returns With a Sequel to 'Fire and Fury'|
|May 15||Street Noise Books Readies a New Line of Nonfiction Graphic Books|
|May 15||James Patterson's Holiday Bonuses for Booksellers Are Back|
|May 15||Star Watch: Keeping Up with Andrew Eliopulos|
|May 15||TCAF 2019 Hails Manga Stars; PW Talks with Oni's James Lucas Jones|
|May 14||Warrior Girls (shelftalker)|
A bookseller reflects on the new crop of weapon-wielding heroines on book jackets.
|May 14||Apple Books Bestsellers: 'Crawdads' Returns|
|May 14||100th Annual Children's Book Week in Photos|
|May 14||The Pacific Northwest Welcomes Its First Children's Book Festival|
|May 14||Some Pig: A Filmmaker-Turned-Author Shares Stories from a Regenerat...|
|May 14||Rights Report: Week of May 13, 2019|
|May 14||FSG Nabs Chelsea Manning's Memoir|
|May 14||PW's Teicher Heading to 'Paris Review'; Boretz, Burnett Up at PW|
|May 14||Wimpy Kid 14 Title and Cover Revealed|
|May 13||Oh, the Books You’ll Return! (shelftalker)|
A bookseller’s homage to the Dr. Seuss classic “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!”
|May 13||Obituary: Michelle Lewy, 62|
|May 13||CJK Buys Thomson-Shore's Assets|
|May 13||Hachette, IPG Launch Direct Sales Promos for Indies|
|May 13||Photo Mania: Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2019|
|May 10||Hate Reading? Do It Anyway! (shelftalker)|
Bearing witness to that special moment when a reluctant reader powers through.
|May 10||Inside Open Road Integrated Media's Data Driven E-Book Marketing Su...|
Open Road has evolved into a leading marketing platform, boosting sales and discoverability for its publishing partners. (Sponsored)
|May 10||Empowered: Spotlight on Jeremy Scott|
Scott, cocreator of YouTube sensation CinemaSins, which has over eight million subscribers, makes his authorial debut with a YA novel about teenage superheroes with disabilities who save the world through teamwork. (Sponsored)
|May 10||Watching the Stars: Spotlight on Dan Haring and MarcyKate Connolly|
Collaborators Haring and Connolly weave an entrancing middle grade mythology about kids who must take care of the stars. (Sponsored)
|May 10||Big Trade Houses Start 2019 Strong|
Four major publishers posted first-quarter gains—and some of them were huge.
|May 10||Unit Sales Had Small Gain in Early May, Led by Nonfiction|
|May 10||Patreon Looks to Satisfy Creators and Investors|
|May 10||Under New Owners, Login Canada Grows|
|May 10||Publishers Turn to Chapbooks to Create Buzz|
|May 10||This Week's Bestsellers: May 13, 2019|
|May 10||Cara Wall's New Book Keeps the Faith|
Dearly Beloved examines two pastors’ families, lives, and ministry at a Greenwich Village church over four tumultuous decades.
|May 10||Naomi Wolf Investigates Historic Crimes of Love|
Naomi Wolf had a plan: get a doctorate, write scholarly work, and teach. In 1985, she received a Rhodes Scholarship and was preparing to write a thesis on images of women in 18th- and 19th-century Britain.
|May 10||Not Your Average "Momoir": Spotlight on Nefertiti Austin|
Austin paints an unflinching portrait of black motherhood in America. (Sponsored)
|May 10||Points of View: Spotlight on Gilly Segal and Kimberly Jones|
Told from two perspectives written by two different writers, 'I'm Not Dying with You Tonight' shows how two fictional teens react to being flung into the middle of a riot. (Sponsored)
|May 10||Summer Reading for Everyone|
We present five amazing books for adults, teens, and kids. (Sponsored)
|May 10||BookExpo 2019: How I Met My Favorite Author|
A teacher skips school to meet someone special at BookExpo.
|May 10||BookExpo 2019: Around the Booths|
A guide to select exhibitors at BookExpo.
|May 10||BookExpo 2019: It’s Still a YA Show, Mostly|
ReedPop’s sixth BookCon, which immediately follows BookExpo, will be held at New York City’s Javits Center on Saturday, June 1, and Sunday, June 2.
|May 10||Explore the World: PW Talks with BigFoot|
D.L. Miller's illustrated BigFoot books bring some of the world's most amazing places home to young readers. (Sponsored)
|May 10||BookExpo 2019: Where Publishers and Librarians Find Their Happy Place|
The march of technology has brought a slew of changes to libraries and publishers, and of course even to BookExpo, which continues to experiment with different formats to serve its various constituencies across the book world.
|May 10||BookExpo 2019: Children’s Galleys to Grab|
We take a look at some of the unmissable kids’ and YA galleys being showcased at BookExpo.
|May 10||BookExpo 2019: Adult Galleys to Grab|
Our guide to BookExpo’s hottest galley giveaways.
|May 10||BookExpo 2019: Talking with Cindy Heidemann, PW’s Rep of the Year|
For Cindy Heidemann, a field sales representative for Publishers Group West and Two Rivers (part of Ingram Publisher Services), reps are “enablers.”
|May 10||BookExpo 2019: Talking with Literati, PW’s Bookstore of the Year|
It takes a village to raise a child—and to create a successful bookstore, if the experience of booksellers Hilary and Mike Gustafson is any indication.