Last Week’s Top Reviews
The most-read reviews on publishersweekly.com last week were…
The Two-Income Trap
Where the Crawdads Sings
The Clean Plate
The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm
From the Newsletters
PW editors pick the season’s top upcoming titles in our spring announcements lists.
Author-illustrator John Burningham died in London on January 4, at age 82.
Six titles from religion publishers are getting the Hollywood treatment this year, including Joyce Smith’s memoir The Impossible, which has been adapted into the movie Breakthrough.
We look back at last year’s best-reviewed BookLife titles, including Cancer Looks Good on You by Jill Johnson and Barclay Fryery and Track 9 by Sue Rovens.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese breaks down the recent Authors Guild survey on writers’ declining incomes.
More to Come
Calvin Reid interviews Tze Chun, cofounder of TKO Studios, a new independent comics and graphic novel publisher, about its initial list of titles, its business model, and how he and his cofounder view today’s marketplace.
The Authors Guild has published its most recent author income survey, and the findings are grim. PW editorial director Jim Milliot joins to discuss.
A bookseller talks about the importance of holding on to a love of reading.