Quirk Books Sees Leadership Shakeup
Jason Rekulak has resigned as publisher of Quirk Books in order to "further pursue his writing career and other creative projects." Brett Cohen, the president of Quirk, has taken over as publisher, effective immediately. more »
Other New Trump Books See Demand Bump
Two new books with a negative take on Donald Trump's presidency, David Frum's 'Trumpocracy' (Harper) and David Cay Johnston's 'It's Even Worse Than You Think' (Simon & Schuster), have seen demand increase on Amazon following the fray surrounding Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury' (Henry Holt). more »
NBF, NYC Partner on Raising Readers Initiative
The National Book Foundation will launch an adult-focused reading initiative, Raising Readers, after receiving one of seven 2018 Mayor's Grants for Cultural Impact from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. more »
'WACO': The Hotly Anticipated Miniseries Tie-In
'WACO' is the critically acclaimed tie-in to the hotly anticipated Paramount Network miniseries starring Michael Shannon, Taylor Kitsch, and Melissa Benoist by Branch Davidian survivor, David Thibodeau. Commemorating the 25th anniversary of the siege at Waco, the book is a must-read - "an extraordinary account of one of the most shameful episodes in recent American history.”—Howard Zinn (Sponsored) Learn More »
Watch the 'WACO' Trailer
'WACO,' a 6 part mini-series starring Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch, premieres January 24 on Paramount Network. (Sponsored) Watch Now » »
Sarah Stein has been promoted to senior editor at Penguin Books.
Jessica Deitcher has been promoted to marketing manager at Vintage/Anchor.
Laura Chamberlain has been promoted to marketing manager at Vintage/Anchor.
Angie Venezia has been promoted to assistant director of publicity at Vintage/Anchor.
Alex Saarela has been promoted to associate director of publicity at Tor.
Jake Eldred has been promoted to managing editor of Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers.
Amanda Yee, formerly at NYU Press, has joined Random House Children's Books as associate managing editor for The Princeton Review.
Maria Whelan, formerly publicist at Other Press, has joined Dutton as senior publicist.
Lonely Planet Kids Expands in U.S.
The children’s imprint of travel media brand Lonely Planet has announced the appointment of Hanna Otero as publisher, joining the New York office. The hire is part of the house’s continued growth in the North American market. more » »
Quarto Combines U.K.-Based Adult Trade Imprints Under One Banner
The publisher has announced the launch of White Lion Publishing, which will consolidate all titles from Aurum Press, Frances Lincoln, and Quintessence under a single entity. more » »
Scholastic Nabs Two by Gates
The publisher has acquired two books for young readers by the African-American literature and history scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. more » »
Black Spot Books Launches
A small-press publisher specializing in speculative fiction, the press will debut its first releases in summer 2018. more » »
U.K. Bookstore Focuses on Women Writers: A Waterstones branch in Norwich, England will only offer women writers as "staff picks" throughout 2018.
B&N to Relocate, Not Close, Maui Store: Barnes & Noble will relocate its store on the island of Maui, despite earlier reports that the company would close the location instead.
Chinese Bookstore Opens in Jakarta: A bookstore opened in Jakarta last year offering 30,000 books in Chinese, a language once banned in the country but growing in popularity.
Virginia Bookstore Bought by Employees: Book People in Richmond, Va. is being purchased by its employees after the current owner decided to retire.
The Media Men List Creator: The maker of a Google spreadsheet called "Shitty Media Men," which named alleged sexual abusers in publishing and media, has come forward.
Amazon Is Thriving Thanks to Taxpayers: The tech giant has received more than $1 billion in tax breaks. The government is also funding food stamps for many of its workers.
Black, Bookish, and Beautiful: Meet Jack Jones Literary Arts, the all-African-American, all-female publishing team ensuring that authors of color get their time in the spotlight.
Women Writing About the Wild: A primer on 25 essential women nature writers to start reading, who you've probably been overlooking for too long.
Why Is the 'Fire and Fury' Cover Bad?: An artist offers a solution to Michael Wolff's explosive book’s "egregious" graphic design.
Trade Paperback Bestseller List
'The Sun and Her Flowers' by Rupi Kaur is the #1 title on PW's trade paperback bestseller list. See the full list » »
'The Last London: True Fictions from an Unreal City' by Iain Sinclair
"Multigenre Welsh author Sinclair investigates London—his home and the almost exclusive focus of his work for half a century—and the extremes of capitalist development that have transformed it 'to the point of obliteration.'" Read more » »
An Interview with the Years 2018
The Years 2018 share their book picks for the first quarter of the year, and reveal the secret of their duality.
Jacqueline Woodson Inaugurated
Newbery Honor author Jacqueline Woodson was inaugurated as the sixth National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature on January 9 during a ceremony at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C., presided over by Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden. Here, Hayden (c.) presented Woodson with her official medallion, as former Ambassador Gene Luen Yang looked on.
Photo: Shawn Miller
In First Week On Sale, 'Fire and Fury' Sells Fewer Than 30,000 Copies
The most-talked about book of the new year sold 28,567 print copies in first three days on sale, according to NPD BookScan. The low figure is likely due to the fact that publisher Henry Holt underestimated initial demand for the book, and also bumped up its publication date. more »
PRH Buys Rodale Books Assets
Following Hearst's purchase of Rodale Inc. last week, the company quickly turned around and sold Rodale Books' more than 2,100 titles to Penguin Random House. Adult titles will become part of Crown, while the small children's unit will become part of Random House Children's Books. more »
F+W Fires Most Top Management, Names Interim CEO
The F+W board has named Greg Osberg interim CEO after firing CEO Tom Beusse and lieutenants Joe Siebert and Joe Romello. Osberg's mission is to accelerate F+W's transformation from a print company to one that generates revenue from a variety of formats and products. more »
Filipe Silva, formerly associate director of Latin American and Spanish-language sales at Penguin Random House, is launching librosinespanol.com in 2018, an online site selling Spanish-language titles in the US, and can be contacted at email@example.com.
Sarah Murphy, formerly editor at Harper Wave, is joining Flatiron Books as senior editor.
Jordan Hanley has been promoted to associate marketing manager at St. Martin's Press.
Cathy Hebert is being promoted to marketing manager at Weldon Owen.
Cory Mimms has been promoted to editorial, rights, and publishing manager at Pomegranate Communications, Inc.
Theresa DeLucci has been promoted to associate director of marketing at Tor Books.
Heather Alexander has joined Audible as executive editor for kids' original content.
DJ DeSmyter has been promoted to assistant marketing manager at St. Martin's Press.
Jamie Panas Antoniou has been promoted to assistant director of publicity at Weldon Owen.
Hannah O'Grady has been promoted to assistant editor at St. Martin's Press.
Review: Comics for Choice
Abortion is addressed as a political flash point, a personal journey, and a cultural battleground in this powerful anthology. Editors Hazel Newlevant and Whit Taylor ensure no story is dismissed as unworthy. The book is at once a rallying cry, a tender lament, and a song of liberation. »
Denver Comic Con Debuts Excellence in Graphic Lit Awards
Pop Culture Classroom, a Denver-area educational organization, and the Denver Comic Con are teaming to launch the Excellence In Graphic Literature Awards, a new book publishing industry-focused awards program to honor the best graphic novels. more » »
More To Come Podcast 296: Geof Darrow Interview: This week, Calvin interviews the acclaimed cartoonist about the release of his new graphic novel, 'Shaolin Cowboy: Who'll Stop the Reign,' and 'Lead Poisoning: The Pencil Art of Geof Darrow,' a book collection of Darrow's dazzling pencil drawings.
Flooding Shutters Falmouth's Eight Cousins Bookstore
The Falmouth, Mass., is closed indefinitely after a pipe burst in an apartment above the independent bookstore, collapsing the store's ceiling and damaging its entire stock. more » »
Linda Kramer, Longtime Publisher, Dies at 81
Linda Kramer, the cofounder and former publisher of H.J. Kramer and longtime publishing industry mainstay, died at her home in Marin County, Calif., on December 24, 2017, after a brief illness. more » »
iBooks Bestsellers: A Fiery, Furious Bestseller
Even E.L. James and her legions of fans couldn't stop Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury'—easily the buzziest book this year—from taking the top slot on the Apple iBooks store this week. more » »
New York City's Specialty Bookstores: The website 6sqft lists a dozen unique bookstores in New York, including cookbook, poetry and travel specialty stores.
Feminist Bookstore Fights Trolls: Bloodroot Vegetarian Restaurant in Bridgeport, Conn., which houses a feminist bookstore, defends itself from accusations of transphobia.
Connecticut Bookstore Seeks Buyer: Bank Street Book Nook in New Milford, Conn. will close in February if a buyer cannot be found.
Oregon Store May Close After Rent Hike: Tsunami Books in Eugene has seen its rent double in the past year and may close if it cannot raise nearly $300,0000.
The Battle for Arthur Miller’s Archive: Miller’s archive has just been acquired by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin. It was a long time coming.
Bethany House Drops Andy Savage's Book: The Christian publisher has canceled a book by a pastor who admitted to engaging in a 'sexual incident' with a teenager.
Staging Octavia Butler in Abu Dhabi: The NYU Abu Dhabi Arts Center hosted the world premiere of 'Parable of the Sower,' an opera based on Butler's novel of the same name.
The Other 'Fire and Fury': A 2008 book by a Canadian professor about Allied bombing in Germany is seeing a surge in sales thanks to its title.
The Complexity of Translation: The English-language versions of Han Kang’s work have won wide acclaim. But are they faithful to the original?
Children's Fiction Bestseller List
'Dog Man and Cat Kid' by Dav Pilkey is the #1 title on PW's children's frontlist fiction bestseller list. See the full list » »
'The Maze at Windermere' by Gregory Blake Smith
"In his emotionally expansive new novel, Smith spins out five narratives set in Newport, R.I., from its beginnings as a British colony to its later incarnation as the playground of the very rich." more » »
Adjusting to the quiet of the bookstore in January can be difficult.
Li Brings 'Dark Chapter' to L.A.
Winnie M. Li (r.) in discussion with author and feminist Kitty Lindsay (l.) on Li’s debut novel, 'Dark Chapter' (Polis Books), on Saturday, January 6, at Book Soup in Los Angeles. This was the London-based Li’s first U.S. event for the book, which was inspired by the author’s own sexual assault.
Courtesy Polis Books
Five Religion Books Headed to Screens in 2018
Titles such as ‘The Alchemist’ and ‘God’s Not Dead 3’ are getting book-to-film adaptations that are slated to hit the screen in 2018. more
New Conferences Aim to Bring Diversity to Religion Publishing
Brian Allain, director of the Frederick Buechner Center, is launching a new series of conferences for under-represented groups of spiritual authors such as African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, and more. more
Bringing Biblical Women to Life: 'PW' Talks with Mesu Andrews
Acknowledging the patriarchal society of biblical times, author Mesu Andrews finds inspiration among the obscure women in Scripture and hopes to add more to their stories in her award-winning novels, including her latest, ‘Isaiah’s Daughter.’ more
When Siddartha Met Sigmund: 'PW' Talks with Mark Epstein
Psychiatrist Mark Epstein’s 'Advice Not Given: A Guide to Getting Over Yourself' (Penguin Press, Jan. 2018) explores the connection between Buddhism and psychotherapy. more
December Religion Bestsellers: Holiday Releases, Old Favorites Selling Well
Pre-holiday sales are bread-and-butter for retailers and publishers, and December 2017 was no exception for the religion categories. more
Religion Book Deals: January 10, 2018
NavPress nabbed the latest book by Kenny Luck, plus Tyndale Kids signs the co-creator of the 'VeggieTales' series. more
Over the Hill and Gaining Speed: Reflections in Retirement
Columnist Kay Rock speculates and reflects on the wonders of aging, the splendor of maturity, and the richness of retirement in this delightful collection of columns and original essays. more
The Way Back: How Christians Blew Our Credibility and How We Can Fix It
Filmmaker Phil Cooke and producer Jonathan Bock provide a glimpse behind the curtain of the modern Christian church in this cursory but passionately argued book. more
Fatal Discord: Erasmus, Luther, and the Fight for the Western Mind
Michael Massing superbly accomplishes the mammoth task of writing a dual biography of Desiderus Erasmus (1466–1536) and Martin Luther (1483–1546) that places the pair within their historical context. more
Journey into Europe: Islam, Immigration, and Identity
Akbar Ahmed, Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies at American University, turns his eyes to Europe in this sweeping ethnographic exploration of Islam and its multiple narratives across the continent. more
A French lifestyle book, a Spanish thriller and a reissued quartet of Italian crime novels are among the books generating buzz this week. more »
This week's notable page-to-screen deals include a film vehicle for Jennifer Lawrence and a TV deal for a book on Watergate. more »
Lee Boudreaux wins a nine-publisher auction for a debut novel, Flatiron re-ups The Hazel Wood author Melissa Albert, Atria buys a Swedish art book launched on Kickstarter, and more in this week's notable book deals. more »
New deals this week for Ann Dávila Cardinal, Nina Moreno, Emma Bland Smith, and more. more »
PEN America and PEN Center USA, the East Coast and West Coast American branches of PEN International, will unite under the banner of PEN America, the nonprofits jointly announced on January 8. more »
In France, the fiction bestseller list at the end of November was crowned by a pair of prizewinning novels about World War II. more »
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Youth Media Awards
One of the most anticipated events at the ALA Midwinter Meeting—which will take place February 9–13 in Denver—is the announcement of the ALSC Youth Media Awards. A spectrum of librarians and teachers shared how they plan to commemorate this year's winners, which will be revealed on February 12. more
About Diverse Books
When 12-year-old Marley Dias saw that her West Orange, N.J., elementary school was lacking in diverse books, she found a way to address the problem, and her #1000BlackGirlBooks campaign was born. In advance of her appearance at ALA Midwinter, we asked Dias to reflect on her activism and forthcoming debut. more
Made Over Their Libraries
Friends and fellow teacher librarians Margaux DelGuidice-Calemmo of Garden City, N.Y., and Rose Luna of Freeport, N.Y., discuss how they recently reinvented their libraries, creating new spaces for students to collaborate and learn. more
Expands in U.S.
The children’s imprint of travel media brand Lonely Planet has announced the appointment of Hanna Otero as publisher, joining the N.Y. office. The hire is part of the house’s continued growth in the North American market. more
Knock, knock. Who’s there? It’s a new companion book to David Ezra Stein’s 2011 Caldecott Honor title Interrupting Chicken—and we have the first look at the cover. Candlewick will be publishing Interrupting Chicken and the Elephant of Surprise on September 11. more
In 2016, Shusterman released Scythe, the first book in his Arc of a Scythe series, set on a future Earth governed by an artificial intelligence known as the Thunderhead. Technology has advanced to a point that death itself has all but ceased to be a concern. In order to keep population growth in check, an organization known as the scythedom was established to “glean” humans. Scythe, which received a Printz Honor, followed the training of two apprentice scythes amid political turmoil. In book two, Shusterman turns his attention to the powerful AI itself.
Q: Were there certain philosophical or scientific ideas that led you to write this series?
A: After so much dystopian YA literature, I wanted to take a different approach to a futuristic story. What happens to us when we achieve all we want to achieve as a species? There are consequences to getting everything we strive for. more
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The Inventory That Wasn’t: A Fairy Tale
Heard at the Store – ‘Do You Have Regular Books Too?’
Brendan Wenzel. Chronicle, $17.99 (52p) ISBN 978-1-4521-5014-7
Caldecott Honor recipient Wenzel starts with two cats and a greeting: “Hello Hello.” They eye each other across a white backdrop. A page turn reveals a black bear, panda, zebra, and striped fish: “Black and White.” The next page provides a blast of color: more tropical fish, a brilliant parrot, a fuchsia lobster—and completes the rhyme (“Hello Color Hello Bright”). More creatures and greetings bring the story into focus—it’s a celebration of the myriad forms of animal life this planet hosts. more
Blexbolex. Enchanted Lion (Consortium, dist.), $24.95 (128p) ISBN 978-1-59270-246-6
The enigmatic visual storytelling of French artist Blexbolex is more prominent than ever in this reality-bending wordless outing. In silk screens that call to mind Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo comics, readers meet a dark-haired girl exploring the woods outside her grandfather’s stately home. She’s abruptly summoned back to the house and is unhappy about the interruption. more
Diane Magras. Penguin/Dawson, $16.99 (288p) ISBN 978-0-7352-2926-6
Set in a rugged Scottish landscape in the early 13th century, debut author Magras’s tale of courage and heroism centers on Drest, the youngest child and only daughter of Grimbol, the dreaded Mad Wolf of the North. Always protected by her father and five brothers, Drest has never ventured far from the headlands she calls home, but when her family is captured by knights from Faintree Castle, she must rely on her warrior training and intellect to save them. more
Leslye Walton. Candlewick, $18.99 (288p) ISBN 978-0-7636-9110-3
Walton's lyrical and robust multigenerational story is set on the fictional Anathema Island in the Pacific Northwest. Now inhabited by hippies and artists, the island was originally populated by a small group of homesteading farmers, as well as Rona Blackburn, a witch. When Rona’s romantic relationship with one of the island’s founding fathers’ faltered, she cast a vindictive spell that forever entwined her bloodline to the island. more
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Events Corner for January 2018
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Spring Travel 2018
What’s new in travel publishing for spring 2018? This issue addresses guidebooks and narrative nonfiction; new imprints, series or digital ventures for publishers; and more. Issue date: January 22; reservations due: January 10. more » »
Here’s the perfect opportunity to put your titles in front of PW’s avid book-buying audience. Launch your new 2018 children’s and YA titles in one of the most sought-after issues of the book-buying year. Issue date: January 29; reservations: January 17. more » »
Sales of audiobooks are soaring. According to the Audio Publishers Association, sales of audiobooks (including downloads) rose nearly 34% in 2016 over the previous year. Issue date: February 5; reservations due: January 24. more » »
Present your forthcoming “writers to watch” alongside these newcomers, and capture the attention of PW readers—librarians, booksellers and book lovers on the prowl for new literary voices. Issue date: February 12; reservations due: January 31. more » »
Comics retailing has seen a sea change in terms of how comics and graphic novels are purchased. This PW analysis takes a hard look at the new face of comics retailing and how that affects sales. Issue date: February 12; reservations due: January 31. more » »
Just in time for the spring and summer renewal season, this feature focuses on new titles forthcoming and trends in the home and garden category. Issue date: February 12; reservations due: January 31. more » »
Spring Religion and Spirituality Announcements 2018
The semiannual religion and spirituality announcements issue covers the wealth of new titles forthcoming in the genres. more » »
Brand marketers take note! The 2nd Annual PubTech Connect brings together thought leaders in the worlds of publishing and technology to expand the conversation about using technology, inventive tactics and smart strategies to boost publishing businesses more » »
Cookbook art is the focus of this popular feature. PW talks with art directors, designers, editors, food photographers, illustrators and authors about their forthcoming titles and the art decisions they made along the way. more » »
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PEN America and PEN Center USA, the East Coast and West Coast American branches of PEN International, will unite under the banner of PEN America, the nonprofits jointly announced on January 8. more »
Overwhelming demand for the book has generated wait lists that rival such all-time bestsellers as 'Harry Potter' and 'Fifty Shades of Gray.' more »
One of the retailer's anchor locations, in an open air shopping mall in Michigan's capital city, will close next month. The chain's co-owner cited issues with the mall's management as the driving force behind the decision. more »
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Kathy Borkowski, the executive director of the Wisconsin Historical Society Press for the past 13 years, is stepping down. more » »
In a nonelection year that saw politics leap even more to the forefront of public discourse than the year prior, 2017’s biggest books were, for the most part, nonpolitical—and many came from the backlist. more » »
Hardcover Nonfiction Bestseller List
'Leonardo da Vinci' by Walter Isaacson is the #1 title on PW's adult hardcover nonfiction bestseller list. See the full list » »
'Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House' by Michael Wolff
"Wolff presents an insider’s look at the extreme dysfunction of the Trump administration in this searing real-life page-turner, based on hundreds of conversations conducted over 18 months, including with most of Trump’s senior staff." more » »
The Inventory That Wasn’t: A Fairy Tale
Ballin' for Books and Black Heroes
Following the death of Perry Wallace, the first African American basketball player in the NCAA Southeastern Conference, on December 1, the Vanderbilt women's basketball team debuted special patches on their uniforms to commemorate his life; the men's team has since followed suit. The patches, which the Vanderbilt basketball players will wear on their uniforms all season long, bear Wallace's number, 25, his birth and death years, and the name of his biography, 'Strong Inside: Perry Wallace and the Collision of Race and Sports in the South' (Vanderbilt UP), by Andrew Maraniss—which has been the required reading title for Vanderbilt freshmen for the last two years running. Pictured here wearing the patch is Vandy women's basketball player Rachel Bell with the author's daughter, Eliza Maraniss.
Courtesy Andrew Maraniss
Henry Holt seems to have underestimated demand for the tell-all title and many accounts ran out of copies over the weekend and are waiting for new shipments this week. more »
In a memo to employees, Macmillan CEO John Sargent said President Trump's attempt to halt publication of Micahel Wolff's White House tell-all, 'Fire and Fury,' is "flagrantly unconstitutional" and that the President is trying to keep Americans from reading "an important book on the workings of the government." more »
The book industry hasn’t produced a must-read adult book in years. Then came Henry Holt's just-released Michael Wolff title, which dominated the news cycle last week thanks in part to the angry reactions from its subject: President Trump. more »
With this stunning tale by highly-acclaimed author/illustrator Christopher Corr. Each animal earned its place in the Chinese zodiac by taking part in the Great Race! Discover who wins, and find out why Cat will never forgive Rat in this ancient folk tale. "A visually fun and vibrant retelling" – School Library Journal (Sponsored) Learn More »
The unpredictable climate throughout the U.S. in December, both environmental and political, didn’t stop consumers from shopping at independent bookstores—and they have the sales to show for it. more » »
Lee Boudreaux wins a nine-publisher auction for a debut novel, Flatiron re-ups The Hazel Wood author Melissa Albert, Atria buys a Swedish art book launched on Kickstarter, and more in this week's notable book deals. more » »
Naomi Alderman’s ‘The Power,’ named to many “best of 2017” lists, is boosted onto our hardcover fiction list. Plus the movie tie-in edition of ‘Call Me By Your Name’ makes its first appearance on our lists, and former CPA Jesse Mecham explains why ‘You Need a Budget.’ more » »
Check out the starred reviews of titles including 'The Epic City,' 'The Last London,' 'The Maze at Windermere,' and more. more » »
Man Booker Submissions Open to Irish Publishers
As of 2018, any novel written originally in English and published in Ireland by an imprint formally established in Ireland is now eligible for the prize. more » »
Hardcover Fiction Bestseller List
'The Rooster Bar' by John Grisham is the #1 bestseller on PW's adult hardcover fiction bestseller list. See the full list » »
'The Immortalists' by Chloe Benjamin
"In her second novel, Benjamin constructs an imaginative and satisfying family saga...[and] a moving meditation on fate, faith, and the family ties that alternately hurt and heal." more » »
A New Book for a New Year
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Harvard Book Store Weathers the Storm
Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Mass., remained open at the start of the snowstorm on Thursday, Jan. 4.
Courtesy Harvard Book Store