In the latest installment of a yearlong series on publishing professionals, four book marketers explain how they use advertising, social media, and other platforms to boost awareness about their titles.
Six queer writers of color create a collective space to pursue their work, no explanations or apologies necessary.
In the second installment in a yearlong series on publishing professionals, four publicists describe the challenges of their job in the digital age.
Courses in graphic storytelling gain popularity at MFA programs, workshops, and community spaces across the United States.
A debut memoirist speaks up about post-publication blues and offers some suggestions for how to cure them.
Reginald Dwayne Betts, whose latest poetry collection, Felon, is out now from Norton, sits down with poet and activist Mahogany L. Browne for a conversation about political poetry and the realities of the U.S. prison system.
Carl Phillips, the longtime judge of the Yale Younger Poets prize and the editor of the anthology Firsts: 100 Years of Yale Younger Poets, on how the prize has evolved during the past century.
A narrative medicine program at the University of Wisconsin in Madison helps doctors care for themselves and others through storytelling.
Poet and journalist Alissa Quart is bringing documentary poetry to major media outlets.
In a tiny bookshop in London, writer A. N. Devers spotlights women’s writing by only stocking rare books and modern first editions by female authors.