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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.

WI13: Conversations with Keynoters

Talking Books, with Sarah Jessica Parker and Pamela PaulThis year’s conference is sprinkled with publishing and writing stars and, in the case of Sarah Jessica Parker, who will give...

WI13: Bookselling in Tennessee

Tennessee is best known for Dollywood, Graceland, Jack Daniel’s, and Nashville’s Music Row, but it is also increasingly becoming known for its bookstores. Since the closure of Nashville’s famed...

A Literary Center Grows in Orange, California

The Open Book in Minneapolis, a center that houses several literature-related organizations, including a publisher and a bookstore, has become an inspiration for similar projects around the country. Among...

PW Online and On Air: Week of January 15, 2018

Last Week’s Top ReviewsThe most-read reviews on publishersweekly.com last week were...I’m Just Happy to Be Here: A Memoir of Recklessness, Rehab, and Renegade MotheringFire and Fury: Inside the Trump...

The Pattern and Passion of ‘Phantom Thread’

Focus FeaturesVicky Krieps as Alma and Daniel Day-Lewis as Reynolds Woodcock in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread, 2017Imagine a movie that might have opened at Radio City Music Hall...

Let’s Talk About Sensitivity Readers

In 2017, I read more than 35 children’s book manuscripts for editors and authors about or featuring black American characters. The industry calls these reads “sensitivity reads,” a poor...

Robert Coover, Postmodern Mythmaker

Going for a Beer (Norton, Feb.), by the vibrant 85-year-old Robert Coover, is a collection of his stories from the past 50 years. There are superheroes, cartoons, and figures...

WI13: Rock ‘n’ Rolling in Memphis

The combination of books, booze, and music in Tennessee has helped put this year’s Winter Institute—lucky 13—on track to be another record breaker. Events are scheduled to take place...

WI13: Tennessee’s Distribution Powerhouse

One measure of Ingram’s growth as a distributor is that more than a third, or 34, of the 93 publisher sponsors of Winter Institute are either distributed by Ingram...

Jitney Books Stakes Out the Miami Literary Scene

Jitney Books, a micropublishing venture launched in late 2017 by J.J. Colagrande, a novelist and full-time professor at Miami Dade College, is a good example of how a publisher...

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