Thursday, October 06, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Harlequin Unveils New Women's Fiction Imprint, Graydon House
The new imprint will publish "commercial women’s fiction with a relationship element woven through,” Harelquin said. First titles are due out in September 2017.
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Phaidon Breaks New Ground with Milk & Honey Cocktail Book
Phaidon is expanding its nascent beverage list with 'Regarding Cocktails,' the first and only cocktail recipe book from Sasha Petraske, the late, legendary owner of the New York City bar Milk & Honey. more » »

PRH and Crown Launch Serialized Email Newsletter Series
Season of Stories will be an 11-week email newsletter presenting serialized daily excerpts from works of short fiction by authors like Anthony Marra and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. The first newsletter will ship on October 11.
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Picture Book Heroes Honored at the Carle Awards
The Eric Carle Honors, which recognizes instrumental figures in children's literature, held its annual gala on Sept. 28 at Guastavino's in New York City. The event benefits the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, Mass.
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Amazon Seeks E.U. Settlement: Amazon is talking to European Union antitrust regulators about settling a year-long investigation into its e-book deals with publishers.

What's Yiddish for Email?: The first full-fledged English-to-Yiddish dictionary in 50 years is designed to carry Yiddish into the 21st century and maybe beyond.

Queens's Only Indie Publisher: An Astoria resident runs the only independent book publishing company in Queens out of his home.

Writing, Meet Running: Why writers should take up running, and why runners should take up writing.

POW! Picks Up 'The Cartographers': The production company has optioned "The Cartographers," a story in Alexander Weinstein’s debut collection, 'Children of the New World.'


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