Friday, June 02, 2017

The Roundup with PW

BookExpo 2017: The Future of Publishing Is Now
The Future of Publishing panel used data and examples from the present moment to offer a vision of what lies ahead for the book industry.
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Carla Gray, Longtime HMH Marketing Lead, Dies at 52
The executive director of marketing at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, who spent 20 years with the company, died unexpectedly earlier this week.
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Center for Fiction's 2017 Fellows: The honorees of the center's Emerging Writers fellowship include Amna Ahmad, Charlotte Crowe, Dana Czapnik, and Erik Hoel.

The Bronx's Bringer of Books: Last year, the Barnes & Noble in the Bronx closed, leaving the borough of 1.4 million people with no bookseller. Noëlle Santos wants to change that.

Tolkien Goes to War In New Novel: A new novel by the late J.R.R. Tolkien, inspired by his experiences in World War One, was published on Thursday.

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Shimmering Visions: The story of Fitzgerald as a victim of his own success has been greatly exaggerated, Sam Tanenhaus writes for the 'New Republic.'

Are Writers Addicted to Suffering?: Four professional writers from Chicago discuss why writers seem to be such gluttons for emotional punishment.

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