Editors’ Picks Panel | Day of Dialog 2017

Day of Dialog opened with the ever-popular Editors’ Picks panel, moderated by Prepub Alert editor Barbara Hoffert and expanded this year from five to seven panelists

Editors’ Picks List | Day of Dialog 2017

ELIZABETH BEIER, EXECUTIVE EDITOR, ST. MARTIN’S, MACMILLAN Kramer, Jane. The Reporter’s Kitchen. St. Martin’s. Nov. 2017. 304p. ISBN 9781250074379. $26.99; ebk. ISBN 9781466885981. Niederhoffer, Galt. Poison. St. Martin’s. Nov. 2017. 320p. ISBN 9781250085290. $26.99; ebk. ISBN 9781250085306. Shahidi, Afshin. Prince: A Private View. St. Martin’s. Oct. 2017. 256p. ISBN 9781250134431. $35; ebk. ISBN 9781250134448. Taranto, […]

Spotlight | Katherine Arden, LibraryReads Author, January 2017

Rooted in Russian history and folklore and told in language as extravagantly beautiful as the fire bird itself, Katherine Arden’s The Bear and the Nightingale brings us Vasilisa Petrovna, a village girl with royal bloodlines and more mysterious, magical antecedents who saves her corner of medieval Russia and effectively all humankind.

Q&A: Emma Cline | Debut Spotlight, June 15, 2016

Emma Cline’s debut, The Girls, a compelling tale about Evie, a lonely teenager who falls in with a group of older girls belonging to a hippie cult, has already received early praise, including a starred LJ review.

Our “United” States: Sen. Cory Booker on Building Strong Communities

On March 21 at Random House’s New York City office, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) discussed United: Thoughts on Finding ­Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good

Curtis Sittenfeld | LibraryReads Author, April 15, 2016

“I really like writing about characters who are smart but make a lot of mistakes or see things inaccurately, who are intelligent and observant and fairly misguided,” confided Sittenfeld in a conversation with LJ about her lusciously entertaining new novel, Eligible.

Helen Simonson | March 2016 LibraryReads Author

Author Simonson’s much-anticipated second book (after her 2010 debut, Major ­Pettigrew’s Last Stand), set in the summer of 1914 as World War I looms, is the Library­Reads top pick for March 2016

Elizabeth Strout | LibraryReads Author Spotlight, January 1, 2016

“People will go after you for combining poverty and abuse,” warns Sarah Payne, a writer admired by the eponymous heroine of Elizabeth Strout’s My Name Is Lucy Barton.

Q&A: Sarah Peed

As publishing evolves and writers turn to digital outlets to create and distribute new works, major publishers like Random House Publishing Group, a division of the newly formed Penguin Random House, have committed to finding these new authors and delivering exciting fresh content to today’s most tech-savvy readers. Sarah Peed is the associate editor at […]

A Most Optimistic Unconference: Publishers, Libraries, and Independent Bookstores at Digital Book World 2012

A Most Optimistic Unconference: Publishers, Libraries, and Independent Bookstores at Digital Book World 2012