Thursday, March 16, 2017

The Roundup with PW

London Book Fair 2017: A Few Novels Gain Buzz Amid Restrained Deal-Making
With no single title emerging as the big book of the fair, and gossip still focused on recent reports about the $65 million advance the Obamas landed from Penguin Random House, a number of novels have been the subject of chatter.

London Book Fair 2017: Four Questions for IPA President Michiel Kolman
Last Fall, Michiel Kolman was elected to succeed Bloomsbury’s Richard Charkin as president of the International Publishers Association (IPA)—and he takes over at a tumultuous time. more » »

Ukranian Library in Moscow is Shrinking: Books are being transferred from Moscow's Library of Ukrainian Literature due to a political dispute between the two countries.

A French Bookstore's Take on 'Facebook': Creative photos featuring book covers with the faces of readers at Librairie Mollat in Bordeaux have gone viral on social media.

Cara Delevingne Announces a Novel: 'Mirror, Mirror,' the British model's writing debut, is a "twisty coming-of-age story" publishing in the U.K. in October 2017.

A Love Letter to All Bookstores: In a tribute to bookstores everywhere, one writer calls her local store a safe haven, a friendly meeting place, and the center of good memories.

13 Books on Health Care: Amid uncertainty over health care legislation, here is a reading list focused on the experience of getting sick and paying for getting sick.

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