#Today in Books

A Q&A with Authors Equity CEO Madeline McIntosh

%%excerpt%% Authors Equity CEO Madeline McIntosh answers questions on freelancers, author involvement, diversity and inclusion, and the future of publishing

Why Does Every Famous Woman Have a Book Club Now?

%%excerpt%% A round-up of the day's most interesting bookish links.

You Can Stay in a Hidden Library in St. Paul’s Cathedral

%%excerpt%% A bookable cathedral library, a new Murakami novel, NYT reporters' Twitter book, and more bookish news.

Brandon Sanderson Wins Concessions from Audible

%%excerpt%% Brandon Sanderson gets Audible to make changes to audiobook royalties, and nine other of the top book-related stories of the day.

Is This What Author-Centered Publishing Looks Like?

%%excerpt%% A new player in the book-making game is using the promise of increased author earnings to differentiate themselves.

RuPaul Launches an “Online Book Marketplace”

%%excerpt%% RuPaul Launches an "Online Book Marketplace"

Spotify Already Messing Around With Audiobook Pricing

Plus: Apple snags NEUROMANCER, the "It" Books of March, and more.

New Sally Rooney Novel Coming this Fall

Today's headlines include a new Sally Rooney novel, and READING RAINBOW documentary, and a comprehensive survey of diversity in the publishing industry.

Saturday Night Live Skewers Truman Capote & More Book News

%%excerpt%% Saturday Night Live Skewers Capote, Jesmyn Ward Sign Three-Book Deal, and more of the day's top book news.

30% of Netflix’s Hit Shows Are Adaptations

Adaptations are key to streamers' success, a COLOR PURPLE actress criticizes the film for queer erasure, and more bookish news.