From the Archives: PW’s 1989 Review of Haruki Murakami’s First Novel, A WILD SHEEP CHASE
A journalist and Cuban refugee is moved to write a novel of the Jewish asylum seekers who were turned back from Cuba in 1939.
Lucinda Hawksley’s Bitten by Witch Fever delivers an unnerving account of the unexpected killer in he elaborately decorated homes of Victorian England: arsenic-laced wallpaper. (Full review)
9 Novels with Great Long Sentences
How do you feel about censorship?
The opening date for this exhibition has been scheduled for October 1.
Have you ever considered a career as a translator?
We’ve collected the books debuting on Indiebound’s Indie Bestseller List for the week ending September 25, 2016.
Welcome to our Kickstarter Publishing Project of the Week!
This adaptation project will be based on Jennifer Weiner's debut middle grade novel.
The film adaptation of The Girl on the Train is coming out next week, and the bestselling novel of 2015 has returned to the top of the bestsellers lists.
Celebrating a big anniversary with a slew of fabulous events seems like the best way to honor the store.
PEN America has revealed new members to its board of trustees.
What age did you start reading?
Science fiction and fantasy authors around the globe have come together to support people suffering from mental illnesses.
The closing date has been scheduled for October 16.
The release date has been scheduled for October 19.
Stephen King gave the filmmakers his personal approval for this project.
Benjamin Samuel has been named director of programs for The National Book Foundation.
John Patrick Green has written the story and created the illustrations for a graphic novel picture book entitled House Kittens.