Friday, April 07, 2017

The Roundup with PW

U.K. Children's Pub Lands Licensing Agreement with Roald Dahl Estate
Lost My Name, a U.K.-based publisher that creates personalized children's books, is collaborating with the Roald Dahl Literary Estate on customizable work based on the author's stories and characters.
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Bologna 2017: Photos from the Fair
Check out the sights of this year's Bologna Children's Book Fair with our photo-tour, from visiting authors to awards, panels, and parties.
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The Trickiness of Trump Kids' Books: Presidential biographies are a staple of children’s book publishing—but the story of Donald J. Trump poses a unique set of challenges.

Phoenix Books Begins Self-Publishing: The Vermont bookseller has launched Onion River Press, led by Burlington store manager Tod Gross and bookseller Rachel Fisher.

The Judge Who Plagiarized: Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch appears to have copied both the language and structure from other writers in his 2006 book.

The Strange Psychology of Memoirs: Researchers who study autobiographical memory and authors who’ve written memoirs catalog some of the quirks of writing about one's life.

Putting 'Finnegans Wake' to Music: Over 100 contributors to the project Waywords and Meansigns are setting James Joyce’s experimental 1930s book to music.

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