Wednesday, April 12, 2017

The Roundup with PW

Whitehead, Thompson Among 2017 Pulitzer Prize Winners
Colson Whitehead and Heather Ann Thompson took home the prizes for 'The Underground Railroad' and 'Blood In the Water' respectively during the 101st installment of the awards. MORE »

Is Book Publishing Too Liberal?
With the country more politically polarized than ever, some are wondering if the business is adequately prepared to hear, and publish, voices on the right. MORE »

Knopf Announces Fifth Book In Larsson's Millennium Series
Knopf will publish 'The Girl Who Takes An Eye for An Eye,' the fifth installment in the late Stieg Larsson's Millennium Series, on September 12. MORE »

The Prophet of Dystopia: Margaret Atwood's fiction has imagined societies riddled with misogyny, oppression, and environmental havoc—visions that now feel too real.

State of America’s Libraries 2017: A new ALA report chronicles the library community’s front-line battles against fake news, censorship, and bigotry.

'Hillbilly' Goes To Hollywood: Imagine Entertainment has acquired film rights to J.D. Vance’s memoir 'Hillbilly Elegy.' Ron Howard will direct and produce.

Scully and Mulder, In Audio: Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny will return to their iconic roles for an 'X-Files' case on audiobook.

Book Publishing in the Digital Age: The publisher of 'Thought Catalog' details what he's learned after five years of Thought Catalog Books.


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