Wednesday, November 09, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Authors on the 2016 Presidential Election
An election season that has proven particularly divisive sees authors weighing in on both sides of the aisle in spite of a primarily leftward lean.
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A Zuckerberg Has a New Election Book...That She Self-Published
Randi Zuckerberg, the entrepreneur, investor, and sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, has self-published a children's book called 'Missy President' that she hopes is the first in a new series.
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A Story For Every President: 44 stories about our 44 presidents written by authors including Lincoln Michel, Amelia Gray, Matt Bell, Tim Horvath, and more.

Paperchase to Open U.S. Stores Next Year: The greeting cards chain is expected to open its first standalone stores in the U.S. next year after growing U.K. sales by almost 12%.

George R.R. Martin Against King Trump: The 'Song of Ice and Fire' author has jumped into the political fray—and has no interest in making America into a real-life Westeros.

10 Lessons For Running a Small Press: Colleen Dunn Bates, who launched Prospect Park Books ten years ago, gives ten pieces of advice for prospective small press owners.

An Interview With Jacqueline Woodson: The author of more than two dozen acclaimed books for all ages on New York's literary legacy, gentrification, Islamophobia, and happiness.

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