BookExpo 2017: Rethinking Royal Garb: Savannah Guthrie & Allison Oppenheim

Thanks to a fateful dinner, NBC’s "Today" show cohost Savannah Guthrie and Allison Oppenheim, a clinical psychologist who leads parent education classes, will make their picture book debut in September with"Princesses Wear Pants" (Abrams), illus. by Eva Byrne. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

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BookExpo 2017: PEN America Named BookExpo Ambassador Award Winner

BookExpo will honor PEN America with its seventh annual Industry Ambassador Award, which recognizes major innovators and creative leaders that make the book industry better, on June 1. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Religion Publishers Make New Connections, Raise Questions at BookExpo 2017

Although the trade show, which wrapped this past weekend, was well attended by religion publishers, many left the event questioning its value. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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More Graphic Novels than Ever at BookExpo 2017

Although comics publishers were mostly perplexed at the drop in traffic at BookExpo, they were upbeat that graphic novels had a big presence at the show, including an expansion of comics programming and artist appearances. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Around the World with Graphic Novels at BookExpo 2017

This year at BookExpo 2017, the Hot Graphic Novels panel featured six creators from all over the world discussing five works that spanned a variety of styles and subject matter. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Incredible Shrinking BookExpo: A 2017 Recap From An Indie Publisher's Perspective

I’ve attended BookExpo (formerly BEA) ten to twelve times since I started working in book publishing in 2000. I always go Continue reading at HuffPost

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BookExpo 2017: An Affair with Cuba: Nelson DeMille

In the early 1960s, a family of Cuban refugees escaped to suburban New York, where they found a home in the middle-class Long Island neighborhood where author Nelson DeMille grew up. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: Don’t Miss the Star Watch Deadline

Nominations for Publishers Weekly’s third annual Star Watch program will be accepted until June 15. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: Setting Her Characters Ablaze: Celeste Ng

Celeste Ng’s second novel starts with an actual blaze, but it is an emotional inferno that ultimately consumes the characters in "Little Fires Everywhere" (Penguin, Sept.). Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: At PEN America First Amendment Panel, Different Takes On Protecting Speech

BookExpo and PEN America's joint panel on Thursday afternoon, "The First Amendment Resistance," found activists and speech advocates debating the ethical and civil responsibilities of writers and publishers. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: Charlesbridge Debuts Teen Imprint

For the first time since its founding three decades ago, Charlesbridge Publishing in Watertown, Mass., is expanding into YA. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: Hillary Clinton Receives Warm Bookselling Welcome

In front of a packed main stage crowd, Hillary Rodham Clinton chatted for an hour with Cheryl Strayed about politics, what books mean to her, and her upcoming works. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: Isla Fisher Steps onto a New Stage

Over 25 years, actress and comedian Isla Fisher has played a variety of film and television characters, but her hands-on favorite role has always been that of mother to her three children with fellow comedian Sacha Baron Cohen. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: Back to Stock Your Crock: Phyllis Good

Before slow cookers became the “must have” for every well-appointed kitchen, Phyllis Good was preaching the gospel of crockpots to millions of worshippers. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: Subway Therapy, Javits Therapy: Matthew ‘Levee’ Chavez

That freestanding wall of sticky notes in the North Concourse of the Javits lobby is your opportunity to post a message and meet Matthew “Levee” Chavez, the artist responsible for that headline-making wall of anonymous 3-inch×3-inch sticky notes in the New York City subway system the day after... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: No More Book Deserts: Jason Reynolds

With three novels coming out this fall, you might never guess that Jason Reynolds didn’t like to read books in elementary school, or even high school. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: Life and Death, and the 1968 Election: Lawrence O’Donnell

Lawrence O’Donnell, host of "The Last Word" on MSNBC, has some advice for booksellers who have been in stress over the 2016 election results: chill out. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: The Little Press on the Prairie Returns to New York City

The South Dakota Historical Society Press is hoping that lightning will strike twice at BookExpo: this year, the small press is promoting "Pioneer Girl Perpectives: Exploring Laura Ingalls Wilder," edited by Nancy Tystad Koupal, 150 years after Wilder’s birth on February 7, 1867. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: On Race, Reviewing, and Responsibility

Questions of fairness, fact-checking, and reviewing diverse books were the subject of Book Reviews: The Diversity of Race, Ethnicity and Sexual Orientation, a panel held Friday morning at BookExpo. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2017: Alan Alda Practicing What He Preaches

Emmy Award–winning actor and writer, acclaimed director, bestselling author, university professor, and today host of the APA’s 17th annual Author Tea, Alan Alda took a few minutes to talk to PW about his latest book, "If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?" Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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