This collection demonstrates the best of Daryl Hine’s taut and finely wrought rhyming poetry. Rhyme, as used in... Read More
Never Mind the Pope; What Would St. Francis Do?
Pope Francis is taking his marching orders from St. Francis of Assisi. So, how did a saint who lived a couple centuries before Europeans stumbled upon America become "St. Francis of America?" Author Patricia Appelbaum explains.
Book of the Day
Summer on the Cold War Planet
The heady atmosphere of 1989 Berlin sets the stage for this thought-provoking journey into the heart and soul of a pregnant woman mourning the disappearance of her husband from Kurdish Iraq.
Saying No to the Perfect Book
I often tell publicists to let me know about their best low-profile books, and our readers tell us those reviews of obscure, important books are what they most value. In our minds, it’s no fun to write another review of just another mainstream book.
In Love with Love and Loving It
The perfect lover, in today’s popular romance, can be anyone from a zombie to an heiress. Creepy tales from the dark side and staid historical traditions propel the most turbulent of stories into a fictional realm far removed from a quaint hideaway.
Understanding Our Gifts For Healing Our Broken World
These eight books on spirituality, featured in our Fall 2015 issue, each explore wholeness from a different perspective.
How to (Maybe) Do a DIY Book Tour
Here's What I Did Right and Wrong
I spent months planning a DIY book tour that entailed driving up the West Coast and visiting all the major cities to present ten readings from my debut novella. Here are a few things I did right and a few things I might do differently next time.
Minecraft Novelist Shapes Young Attention Spans
Most parents want their children to read books that challenge them while teaching valuable lessons. That’s the goal of Danica Davidson, whose Minecraft books introduce important lessons involving family, bullying, and friendship.
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No, E-Book Sales Have Not Slipped and the Publishing Industry Knows it
The headlines blared the "news" that e-book sales are flat and sales of print books are back. Huzzahs resounded from those who have a stake in the five multinational corporations that call themselves the publishing industry. Except none of it is true.
With gorgeous settings and memorable characters, this fast-paced fantasy is a book that can’t be put down. Feast of... Read More
Why Brilliant People Believe Nonsense pairs a rich catalog of content with a friendly, amusing tone. Why Brilliant... Read More
With refreshingly real teenage protagonists, this compelling YA novel has all the makings to become a classic of this... Read More
Magic Bat Day will spread a love of baseball and really engage young readers who are already interested in learning... Read More
The Beast Side harnesses narrative and personal voice to uproot America’s bloody culture of racism. The Beast Side:... Read More
We all know it when we see it: the perfect book. A couple days ago in the Wall Street Journal, I caught a teaser for a... Read More
Osi’s intricate plot will appeal to aficionados of the experimental thriller in his unusual mix of individual... Read More