Tuesday, March 15, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Buongiorno, Bologna: Bologna Children's Book Fair 2016 Preview
What's new at the 53rd annual Bologna Children's Book Fair. (PW subscriber exclusive) more »

Triangle Awards Finalists Announced
Finalists for the Triangle Awards, which honor the best LGBT fiction, nonfiction, and poetry published in 2015, include the ’The Argonauts’ author Maggie Nelson and more, while poet Eloise Klein Healy will receive the lifetime achievement award. »

In Defense of Criticism: 'New York Times' film critic AO Scott defends his craft in his new book, arguing that criticism is more important than ever today.

'Valley of the Dolls,' 50 Years Later: Grove Press is re-releasing Jacqueline Susann's 1966 novel in hopes of reaching a new generation.

Who Is Elena Ferrante?: The mystery surrounding the identity of the pseudonymous Italian author has turned into a guessing game in the literary world.

'To Kill A Mockingbird' Paperback Ended: Harper Lee’s estate will no longer allow the publication of the mass-market edition that was popular with schools.

Neil Gaiman Supports Indie Bookstores: 'The Neil Gaiman Coloring Book' will be available at indie U.S. bookstores only on April 30.

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