Posthumous publications have had a dicey track record. So what should we expect of the rumored five new works to come from J.D. Salinger?
In 1973, Gore Vidal sardonically critiqued the bestseller list of the age, and now Lauren Sarner echoes the practice, mining cultural signifiers from our own current list.
Many authors wonder if attending the Frankfurt Book Fair is a worthwhile expense. Our downloadable guide explains the steps you need to take to know if it’s right for you.
Our weekly round-up of web buzz looks at at agents’ efforts in demystification, at the age of YA readers, and at the fancies of fatigue amid the digital dynamic.
A new biography of the late JD Salinger claims that five additional works will be published between 2015 and 2020.
The trailer for Chronicle Book’s Brandon Bird’s Astonishing World of Art might just the craziest book trailer ever put together.
Utah-based Sweetwater Books has refused to publish a gay author’s book after he listed his ‘boyfriend’ in the bio section of his novel, Woven.
Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk argues that in the West, as the importance of literary novels decreases, the literary torch will be picked up by China and India.
Le French Book, a publisher of translated French genre titles, disavows six of the myths concerning books in translation, and offers a nice infographic as a bonus.
YouTube’s Summer in the City festival in London attracted thousands of teenage fans to admire video stars with millions of followers — and publishers should take notice.