Friday, May 27, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Authors Guild Dinner Recognizes Suzanne Collins, Children’s Literature
The Authors Guild recognized Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins with its Distinguished Service to the Literary Community honor at its annual dinner on May 25 in New York City.
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Captain America, Secret Nazi: Marvel's executive editor Tom Brevoort sits down with 'TIME' for a chat about a divisive new narrative.

Macmillan May Leave the Flatiron: The sole office tenant of the iconic Flatiron Building is considering relocating its headquarters when its lease expires.

Electric Lit Opens Essay Submissions: The website will accept personal and critical essays, as well as humor, that reflect on storytelling in all its forms.

German Pub to Reissue 'Mein Kampf': A far-right publisher is planning to release a new edition of Hitler’s memoir in German without critical notes for the first time since WWII.

Girls Write Now's Revolution Anthology: Work by members of Girls Write Now's mentoring program has been published in a new anthology introduced by Francine Prose

Banned New Zealand Book Makes U.S. Debut
Preceded by controversy, Into the River, a YA novel by New Zealand author Ted Dawe, will be released to North American audiences on June 14 by Polis Books. The Margaret Mahy Award-winning novel was challenged by a conservative organization and then banned for a month from being carried in bookshops and libraries in Dawe's native New Zealand.





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