Sunday, September 10, 2017

The Roundup with PW

B&N's Plan for the Future? More Stores
Barnes & Noble has been closing stores steadily for years. But, as CEO Demos Parneros announced, during a conference call yesterday detailing the chain's disappointing Q1 results, he intends to position the company for "net store expansion" in fiscal 2019.
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Reaching YA Readers Where They Are: Online
From Twitter to Tumblr to Instagram and beyond, a number of publishers are finding new ways to connect with teens—and adults—who read YA.
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'The Cat in the Hat' at 60 (and a Half)
Since its publication in 1957, 'The Cat in the Hat' remains one of Dr. Seuss’s most iconic books and a read-aloud staple—one that revolutionized the world of early readers.
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Regnery vs. the Bestseller Heavyweight: Is the conservative book publisher’s protest of the 'New York Times' bestsellers list just a stunt?

With DACA Rescinded, Poets Respond: 24 poets answer the Trump administration's announcement about the proposed repeal of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

Clinton Kicks Off Book Tour in New York: Hillary Clinton's new memoir about the 2016 election, 'What Happened,' will launch on September 12 at the B&N in Union Square.

Toni Morrison's 'Beloved,' 30 Years On: Three decades later, the book still has the capacity to cut to the heart of the pain and pride of the black experience in America.

Authors and Their Modern Loves: Can placing a piece in the 'New York Times' Modern Love column—the aspiring memoirist's 'American Idol'—change a writer's life?

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