Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Publishers Lunch

Today's Meal

Divya Sawhney has been promoted to vice president for strategy and corporate development at Penguin Random House.


The Costco Pennie's Pick for June is Before The Fall by Noah Hawley.


Sportswriter Frank Deford, 78, died on Sunday.The author of 20 books, he was a longtime contributor to NPR.

Brian Doyle, 60, died on Saturday. He was the author of
Mink River and Martin Marten, among others, and editor of Portland Magazine.


Politics and Prose in Washington DC will open a new location in the Union Market district. Additionally, it will be "phasing out its involvement" with two store locations within Busboys and Poets Restaurants in the city. The new location will open this fall.

Otto's book store in Williamsport, NY has
been sold to Kathryn Nassberg and her husband, Isak Sidenbladh, as Betsy Rider retires after 60 years at the store. "The staff will stay on and the location will remain the same," Nassberg told the Williamsport Sun-Gazette. "We will work hard to ensure that Otto's remains the book-lover's paradise that everyone knows and loves."

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