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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

PW Picks: Books of the Week, May 28, 2018

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BookExpo’s Librarians’ Lounge 2018: Meet ‘Bruce’ author Ryan T. Higgins, Courtesy of Disney

On Friday, June 1, from 11:00 a.m. to noon, don't miss your chance to meet author Ryan T. Higgins, who will be in the Librarians' Lounge signing copies of...

HBG Starts Mystery/Thriller Vertical, Novel Suspects

The Hachette Book Group has launched Novel Suspects, a mystery/thriller vertical that features movies, TV shows, and podcasts along with books. The goal of the vertical, explained HBG's senior...

New Kids’ and YA Books: Week of May 28, 2018

Here we round up new and forthcoming children’s titles, including a YA novel about a teen escaping her past, a novel about the effects of a hit-and-run, the launch...

Adapting Kids’ Books for Screens: A Global Kids Connect Session at New York Rights...

Content for kids and families takes center stage as Global Kids Connect kicks off the day-long “Page to Screen” programming at New York Rights Fair on May 31 in...

Neil Gaiman, “American Gods: The Tenth Anniversary Edition”

I first fell in love with “American Gods” when I was fifteen. Neil Gaiman’s sprawling novel, from 2001, had influences that at the time I hadn’t really encountered—echoes of...

“Envelopes of Air”

Ash can make you clean, as alkaline as it is a grief. My Internet research calls it: a disinfectant. But life is faster research, and unavoidable. Dirty Indian—a phrase blown like magnetite dust against...

A Letter from Philip Roth to Louise Erdrich

I walked to the mailbox and pulled out a sheaf of envelopes that included a letter from Philip Roth. I was twenty-nine and pregnant. I had written a book...

How Philip Roth Saw His Job

The Times obituary called him “towering,” which he would not have minded, but, too often, the reviews left the impression that Philip Roth lived in a tower of his...

Free Speech Celebrated at PEN America Gala

PEN America held its annual Literary Gala on Tuesday at New York City’s American Museum of Natural History. The event drew roughly 1,000 people and raised more than $2.2...

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