Who wore it best?
"If we, as publishers, cannot tell the difference between good and evil, between conscience and profit, between extremist views and the views our founding fathers put forth, we are no better than tabloids."
The New Year's earlier absence is explained and her book picks are delivered!
What it means to pilot the Flying Pig Bookstore without a co-captain.
Bookseller Leslie Hawkins talks about the joys of bringing a 90-Second Newbery Film Festival screening to Asheville, N.C., in her first post for ShelfTalker.
Novelist Laura Pritchett learned to write better sex scenes by stealing from the greats.
Cheers and a holiday recap from a new ShelfTalker contributor.
When it comes to antitrust issues the ILSR's Stacy Mitchell is the bomb, as she proves yet again in this interview exploring her new report's relevance to bookselling.
The end of one year and the beginning of another always represents an opportunity to reflect and think about what the future will bring. That is, if you've nothing better to do over the two week break for Christmas and New Year’s. Like...Show More Summary
2016 was a tumultuous year and one we are glad to see the back off. From the constant stream of celebrity departures to Brexit to Trump, we all deserve a breather; but it won't come and I expect 2017 will be an even more intense year. Show More Summary
The unique potential of an OCD first-person narrator are brought into focus in a remarkable YA debut novel.
When I began writing news stories about Mexican immigration a long time ago, I quickly learned that every word is a potential land mine.
Saying goodbye to ShelfTalker.
Sending best holiday wishes to all of our readers.
Do most bookstores have staff photo traditions? A means of discovery is set forth!
From Brexit to finding an agent to working at Barnes & Noble, these are PW's 10 most-read opinion pieces of the year.
How this holiday season has felt different at the bookstore.
What happens when people who have no filter left shop at the store.
Literary agent Ricahrd Curtis wraps up the year in publishing news... in verse.
The reason you see spirally cartoon eyes on booksellers on a particular Thursday.