‘As subsequent stories creep out from the epicenter, the work becomes more diluted,’ said one novelist at BEA’s YA Buzz panel, where hot titles were showcased.
Russia is hosting an extraordinary series of events around New York City to showcase the country’s top literary talents. If you’re attending, send us a report.
Author Beth Kephart on how chairing the National Book Awards’ jury for children’s books led to her calling as an inspired YA author.
Children’s book author and illustrator — and one time reluctant reader — Peter Brown hides lessons in his stories, and learns a few himself visiting schools.
At the Buenos Aires Book Fair, Zona Futuro showcased alternate, interdisciplinary and experimental projects — publishing of the future.
Can a virtual signing replace the experience of standing in line, waiting your turn, and exchanging 30 seconds of repartee with a real live author? Perhaps not.
iDoLVine is the evolution of Margaret Atwood’s Long Pen, which allows authors to sign books remotely, and is expanding the technology throughout the entertainment world.
Given the number of public attacks on the value of publishers, why have so few writers abandoned their existing publishers? There are some very good reasons.
Publishers need to deliver value to their author clients. So tell us what is the single most important thing a publisher does for an author?
A-list authors have flocked to read at the National Writer’s Series in Traverse City, Michigan. Why? Because organizer Doug Stanton delivers audiences, sales.