Friday, March 03, 2017

The Roundup wiith PW

Changes In 'New York Times' Books Coverage, Explained
At a luncheon in Manhattan on Wednesday, 'New York Times Book Review' editor Pamela Paul, who oversees all books coverage at the 'New York Times,' laid out the newspaper's vision for the future of its newly-unified books desk.
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W.W. Norton Releases Centennial Edition of Will Eisner’s 'A Contract with God'
Norton marks Will Eisner’s 100th birthday with a new hardcover edition of the book considered to be one the first graphic novels published in the U.S.
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Bologna Children's Book Fair BolognaRagazzi Award Winners Announced
The winners of the 2017 BolognaRagazzi Awards, which honor the best graphic and editorial production in children's literature, have been announced.
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Kellyanne Conway Spins Literary Works: The 'New Yorker' gives Conway the Daily Shouts treatment, imagining how she might spin the plots of works like 'The Great Gatsby.'
The New Joan Didion Is the Old: A look at the author's new book, an old, unedited notebook detailing an unfinished tour of the South in 1970.
NFL Players Tackle Reading: Today, which is Dr. Seuss's birthday, football players will huddle in the classroom to inspire kids to read.
Six Questions for the Editor: Peter Blackstock, senior editor at Grove Atlantic and curator of the Festival Neue Literatur, talks about organizing events and his passion for literature.
Why Baldwin Matters More Than Ever: Cornel West on why the author of 'Go Tell It on the Mountain' and 'Giovanni's Room' is so vital in today's world.


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