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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.

Elizabeth Acevedo Wins 2018 NBA for Young People’s Literature

Author Robin Benway, chair of this year’s panel of judges for the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature, and winner of the 2017 award, greeted the audience by...

Q & A with Traci Chee

Two years after being named a PW Flying Start for her debut novel, The Reader, Traci Chee delivers the final book in the Sea of Ink and Gold series,...

The Prophets, Angels, & Churches of ‘Armenia!’

Photo by Hrair Hawk Khatcherian and Lilit KhachatryanAlexander Romance, copied in Rome, 1538–1544 One small display in an exhibition can grab you by the collar. In the case of “Armenia!”...

Sunday Reading: America’s Incarceration Crisis

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Rights Report: Week of November 12, 2018

Kate Sullivan at Delacorte has acquired Jennifer E. Smith's latest YA novel, Field Notes on Love. After Hugo's girlfriend breaks up with him, he has to find someone with...

2018 National Book Awards for Young People’s Literature in Photos

On Wednesday evening, November 14, members of the book publishing community gathered at Cipriani Wall Street in lower Manhattan for the 69th National Book Awards. Our photographer caught up...

International Hot Book Properties, Week of November 12, 2018

Australian Backlist Novel Finds New Life Post Film AdaptationOriginally published in 1993, The Women in Black by Madeline St John, sold during the Frankfurt Book Fair to Albin Michel...

How Libraries Can Help Readers Become Writers

In the days leading up to his scheduled Sept. 16, 2001, visit to the Cleveland Public Library, acclaimed poet Robert Pinsky was stranded in Los Angeles after air travel...

Making Sense of the Past: PW Talks with Patrick Radden Keefe

In 1972, Jean McConville, a widowed mother of 10, was dragged from her home in Belfast, never to be seen alive again. Her disappearance is among the most notorious...

Book ‘Em: True Crime 2018–2019

AccusedIn the first season, journalists Amber Hunt and Amanda Rossman investigated the cold case of Elizabeth Andes, who was found murdered in her Oxford, Ohio, apartment in 1978. The...

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PW Online and On-Air: Week of November 19, 2018

From the NewslettersTip SheetSamantha Harvey, author of The Western Wind, examines how novelists solve problems when writing historical fiction.Children’s BookshelfYA author Sarah Dessen has...

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In Burned: A True Story of Murder and the Case That Wasn’t (Dutton, Jan.), Humes offers a searing critique of the use of forensic...

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In The Lost Prince: A Search for Pat Conroy (Counterpoint, Mar.), Mewshaw explores a close but fraught bond with the late author of The...

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