Four Questions for...Joshua Kendall

Laird Hunt's 'Neverhome,' which was published by Little, Brown on Tuesday, is the author's sixth book, and his first from a major house. It's also, for editor Josh Kendall, a hoped-for literary breakout. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2014-09-09 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Five questions for 'Pacific Rim: Tales from the Drift' comic writer Joshua Fialkov

Guillermo del Toro has gone back into the world of kaiju and jaegers with "Pacific Rim: Tales from the Drift," an official new series from the director and "Pacific Rim" screenwriter Travis Beacham that launched last week in comic book stores.With a story by Beacham, writer Joshua Fialkov ("The... Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Meet the Editor: Joshua Kendall

Last year will be a tough one to top for Joshua Kendall, who was brought in to run Mulholland Books, the new Little, Brown imprint, in 2012. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Level the Playing Field: 5 Questions to Ask Your Video Strategist

Every digital publisher worth their salt has some form of video on their websites. They may be using existing content, or they could be leaning into user generated content, but the transition from text to video that began a decade back has had a major effect on the entire publisher workforce,... Continue reading at Digiday

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To Ope, Or Not to Ope, That Is the Question (shelftalker)

When so many businesses are reopening to the public, why are we still curbside-only? Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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To Change How You Publish in the Digital Age, Start with a Question

Publishers considering transforming their businesses from print first or print-centric to digital first or digital-centric should begin by asking lots of people a simple question: what would you like to be able to do that you can’t do now? Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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THE NICKEL BOYS Book Club Questions and Reading Guide

Check out our THE NICKEL BOYS book club questions and discussion summary to help you prepare for your next book club discussion. Continue reading at Book Riot

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As Bookshop Booms, Questions Arise

The independent bookstore e-commerce site Bookshop.org has seen a 2,000% increase in sales in the last month and has become a lifeline for many stores that have been temporarily closed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet despite its apparent success, the site has skeptics. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Protocol layoffs raise some troubling questions

When Protocol, a new site focusing on technology coverage, launched in February, expectations were high. After all, the man behind the site—Robert Allbritton, who owns it through his holding company, Capital News—also helped create Politico, one of the most successful digital media companies of... Continue reading at Columbia Journalism Review

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Oliver Jeffers answers readers pressing questions

Oliver Jeffers, children's author and illustrator answered readers questions, submitted via Twitter.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Hope Is the Most Powerful Arrow: A Conversation with Joshua Wong and Jason Y. Ng, by Tiffany Hawk

Interviews Tiffany Hawk In 2012, at sixteen years old, Joshua Wong and the pro-democracy student group he founded took on the Hong Kong government, mobilized more than one hundred thousand student protesters, and surprised the world by successfully... Continue reading at World Literature Today

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Five questions for... Abbie Greaves

Abbie Greaves studied at Cambridge University before going on to work for a literary agency. She now lives in Edinburgh and is writing her second novel. Her debut The Silent Treatment, was inspired by a newspaper article about a boy in Japan who had never seen his parents speak to one another... Continue reading at The Bookseller

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10 SUCH A FUN AGE Book Club Questions And Reading Guide

Read Such A Fun Age by Kiley Reid and want to share with your book club? Use these Such A Fun Age book club questions to get the conversation going. Continue reading at Book Riot

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Four Questions for Texas Library Association Executive Director Shirley Robinson

As professional membership organizations of all kinds face challenges, PW caught up with the TLA's new executive director to talk about what's next for nation's largest state library association. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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5 Questions for Kristen O’Hara, Chief Business Officer of Hearst Magazines

This January, former Snap Inc. exec Kristen O'Hara joined Hearst Magazines as senior vice president and chief business officer. We caught up with O'Hara to learn about her top priorities in the newly created role. Continue reading at Publishing Executive

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The Best Book Club Questions to Jump Start Conversation: Critical Linking, March 1, 2020

An awesome daily roundup of the most interesting bookish links from around the web. Continue reading at Book Riot

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The £10bn question

Recent figures released from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport may look promising—but the underlying numbers tell a different story... Continue reading at The Bookseller

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She Had a Preemie — and Then She Started to Ask Important Questions

Sarah DiGregorio’s new book combines memoir and reporting to explore changing treatments for babies born early. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Five questions for... Lucie Whitehouse

Author Lucie Whitehouse talks to us about regeneration, homecoming and the Midlands ahead of the paperback publication of Critical Incidents, the first book in her new crime thriller series.   Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Five questions for... Peter May

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