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Our picks for books of the week include a
fantasy anthology, a legal thriller, and novels
from Claire Messud and Patrick Modiano.
After the validity of its sales were
called into question, the New
York Times dropped Handbook for
Mortals by Lani Sarem from its YA
We check in with Jane Alvey Harris, a ;nal-ist for last year’s BookLife Prize in the YA
New approaches to age-old questions about
marriage and parenting.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese discusses
who’s up and who’s down in this year’s
rankings of the world’s largest publishers,
and offers an update on a court case that
could open the door to a used e-book
More to Come
Taking note of the latest
convention news, the
More to Come crew visits
Flame Con, Brooklyn’s
popular LGBTQ comics
convention, and Heidi
MacDonald checks up on Boston Comic Con.
The Flying Pig Bookstore hosted a fund-raiser
centered around Tanya Lee Stone’s book Girl
Rising to highlight the importance of girls’
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Author David Handler
discusses his new
novel, The Girl with
And PW contributing
editor Judith Rosen
reports on hot books
from small presses.
Global Rights Report
A Norwegian middle grade novel, the latest
from a Danish bestseller, and a novel by an
Algerian author are all generating buzz.
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