The Pakistani British author of ‘The Last White Man,’ ‘Exit West,’ and ‘Moth Smoke’ gives a keynote address on October 18 at Frankfurt.
In its fourth year, the 2021 Aspen Words Prize goes to Louise Erdrich for her fiction on the Native American struggle for self-determination.
The shortlist for this year’s Aspen Words Literary Prize features three novels and two short story collections.
Two of the best-known publishers of New York’s Big Five scene are promising a media-spanning concept at their new independent press.
‘Book discovery has changed a lot over the years,’ says Riverhead’s Laura Perciasepe, who sees boundless opportunity for works in translation.
For a second year, Frankfurt Book Fair (FBM) and Publishers Weekly (PW) are teaming up to produce the PW Star Watch program. Nominations are open.
Riverhead Books revealed a “strong, contemporary, and timeless” new colophon designed by their award-winning art director Helen Yentus.
Wenguang Huang’s memoir The Little Red Guard, is an authentic and edifying depiction of China in the 70s and 80s as goes through massive societal upheaval.
By Edward Nawotka The Surf Guru shows off what Doug Dorst does best, which is channel an array of lifelike voices that seem to be simultaneously of and not of this world. Much like his debut novel, 2008’s Alive in Necropolis, which featured a cast of fictional and historical characters, some who were alive and most who were dead, his latest book …