Last Week’s Top Reviews
The most-read reviews on publishersweekly.com last week were…
The Village of Round and Square Houses
Nature’s Numbers: The Unreal Reality of Mathematical Imagination
The Man Who Wrote the Perfect Novel: John Williams, ‘Stoner,’ and the Writing Life
From the Newsletters
Margalit Fox, author of Conan Doyle for the Defense, discusses one of the 20th century’s most sensational crimes—and how Arthur Conan Doyle helped solve it.
Children’s authors have mounted a campaign, Kid Lit Says No Kids in Cages, to fight against the separation of immigrant families by the U.S. government.
Author-illustrator Michelle Nelson-Schmidt explains how she leveraged self-publishing as her career evolved.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese reports from the American Library Association Annual Conference in New Orleans.
More to Come
Calvin Reid interviews newly appointed Valiant Comics executive editor Joe Illidge.
PW senior editor Mark Rotella interviews Ted Alvarez about his book, The Survival Hacker’s Handbook.
Amanda Stern discusses her new book, Little Panic. PW deputy reviews editor Gabe Habash previews PW’s fall announcements.
Children’s booksellers gather in New Orleans for Children’s Institute 6.