The audio performers and publishers in attendance were encouraged to embrace the new tools of the trade, from TikTok to ChatGPT.
More than 2,100 participants will spotlight books by trans authors and raise funds for trans rights organizations via TikTok and Instagram this week under the #TransRightsReadathon hashtag.
Insights from literary agencies and publishers helped writing conference attendees imagine their paths to publication.
Inclusive programming was one of the hallmarks of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs meeting, which ran March 8-11 in Seattle and drew approximately 9,500 people.
The opening days of this year's Association of Writers and Writing Programs conference featured the presentation of its Small Press Publisher Award to Dzanc Books and a discussion between famed Seattle librarian and 'Book Lust' author Nancy Pearl with novelist Min Jin Lee.
With attendance back to pre-pandemic levels, there was lots of energy at publishing’s premiere children’s fair.
PW was on the ground in Seattle at the first in-person Winter Institute the American Booksellers Association has held since 2020. Here's all our coverage of the show, including our annual preview.
Winter Institute 2023, held in Seattle, was the American Booksellers Association's largest ever, and the first in person since 2020.
Cory Doctorow, author of the new book "Chokepoint Capitalism," and Stacy Mitchell, co-executive director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, discussed the ways in which Amazon and other digital platforms exploit the creative industries and identified state and national legislators as the ones in a position to force changes.
Texas Bookman, a division of Half Price Books, will hold its second annual Texas Remainder Expo (T-Rex), March 7-9, in Carrollton, Tex., just outside Dallas.