A new Judy Blume adaptation would be great--but it wouldn't be her first.
Samanta Schweblin's FEVER DREAM beat George Saunders' LINCOLN IN THE BARDO in a 10-7 vote for the 2018 Tournament of Books win.
Phoenix-based indie bookstore, Changing Hands Bookstore, recently announced that they'll no longer be using FedEx for their outbound shipping services, due to the company's ties to the NRA. Other indie booksellers are doing the same.
Take a look at the newest trailer for the upcoming adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time.
The first-ever Warwick Prize for Women in Translation was awarded to Memoirs of a Polar Bear by Yoko Tawada, translated by Susan Bernofsky.
VIDA has put out its 2016 Count, breaking down gender parity in the publishing world.
The New York Times' dismissive treatment of romance readers and writers feeds into some of the most pervasive stereotypes of the newspaper.
An online auction (running October 2–5, 2017) created by authors, publishers, and editors to support relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
Escondido citizens unsuccessfully fought a city council vote for library privatization, a movement that takes libraries out of community hands.
Surprise, surprise. The New York Times' revamped book coverage still makes it harder for romance novels to receive mainstream coverage.