Griffin Poetry Prize shortlist announced; a guide to author readings; Margaret Atwood profiled in the New Yorker; and more.
Reagan Arthur, the new publisher of Little, Brown, discusses her new role and the health of the company she now leads through these uncertain times in publishing.
After publishing several books with less-than-thrilling covers, a veteran author shares advice on how and when to meddle with the book-design process—without alienating your publisher.
Marianne Moore’s revival; first books after forty; a new Kindle for book fetishists; and other news.
With submission managers like Submittable transforming the ways in which writers submit their work to publications, new online offerings like Literistic are streamlining the process even further. But could the shift to digital-only submissions have a negative impact on the culture of publishing?
Jennifer Clement, Miranda Beverly-Whittemore, and Nina Siegal anticipate the success of their forthcoming books despite previous publishing setbacks.
Pamela Paul, the new editor of the New York Times Book Review, discusses her job and the current climate of literary criticism.
A new study reports e-readers may be sharing user information without consent; Victoria Strauss discovered a publicity firm's claims were far removed from reality; Charles Simic reveals his love for silent screen legend Buster Keaton; and other news.