SMP LUNCHES FOR 'LANDLINE' St. Martin's Press celebrated author Rainbow Rowell at a pre-publication media lunch for her forthcoming adult novel "Landline" in New York City at The Modern restaurant on March 21. Pictured (l. to r.) Nick Small, Dori Weintraub, John Murphy, Rowell, and Sara Goodman, Rowell's editor.

SMP LUNCHES FOR 'LANDLINE' St. Martin's Press celebrated author Rainbow Rowell at a pre-publication media lunch for her forthcoming adult novel "Landline" in New York City at The Modern restaurant on March 21. Pictured (l. to r.) Nick Small, Dori Weintraub, John Murphy, Rowell, and Sara Goodman, Rowell's editor.

On September 29, Edie Windsor (l.) and Larry Kramer celebrated with Roberta Kaplan at the publication party for Kaplan's book, 'Then Comes Marriage: United States V. Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA' (Norton) at New York City's LGBT Community Center. Photo: Ken Goodman Photography

On September 29, Edie Windsor (l.) and Larry Kramer celebrated with Roberta Kaplan at the publication party for Kaplan's book, 'Then Comes Marriage: United States V. Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA' (Norton) at New York City's LGBT Community Center. Photo: Ken Goodman Photography

Greg Behrendt, bestselling author of 'He's Just Not that Into You' and co-author of 'It's Just a F***Ing Date,' visited Diversion Books' New York City offices on October 24. Pictured (l. to r.): Brielle Benton, marketing & publicity associate; Laura Duane, acquisitions editor; Kerry Sparks, agent & digital rights manager at LGR Literary Agency; Mary Cummings, v-p and editorial director; Behrendt; Sarah Masterson Hally, production manager; and Hannah Black, marketing coordinator.

Greg Behrendt, bestselling author of 'He's Just Not that Into You' and co-author of 'It's Just a F***Ing Date,' visited Diversion Books' New York City offices on October 24. Pictured (l. to r.): Brielle Benton, marketing & publicity associate; Laura Duane, acquisitions editor; Kerry Sparks, agent & digital rights manager at LGR Literary Agency; Mary Cummings, v-p and editorial director; Behrendt; Sarah Masterson Hally, production manager; and Hannah Black, marketing coordinator.

On October 6, (l. to r.) Norton's director of publicity Louise Brockett, editor Amy Cherry, author Lawrence Hill and agent Ellen Levine celebrated the upcoming publication of Hill's new novel, 'The Illegal,' at a luncheon at the NoMad Hotel in New York City.

On October 6, (l. to r.) Norton's director of publicity Louise Brockett, editor Amy Cherry, author Lawrence Hill and agent Ellen Levine celebrated the upcoming publication of Hill's new novel, 'The Illegal,' at a luncheon at the NoMad Hotel in New York City.

Brother and sister authors Carol Weston ('Ava XOX,' Sourcebooks) and Mark Weston ('The Runner-Up Presidency,' Lyons Press) signed copies of their books at Book Culture in New York City on Wednesday, March 30. Pictured (l-r): bookseller Cody Masden of Book Culture, Carol, Mark, and moderator Rob Ackerman. Photo: William P Steele

Brother and sister authors Carol Weston ('Ava XOX,' Sourcebooks) and Mark Weston ('The Runner-Up Presidency,' Lyons Press) signed copies of their books at Book Culture in New York City on Wednesday, March 30. Pictured (l-r): bookseller Cody Masden of Book Culture, Carol, Mark, and moderator Rob Ackerman. Photo: William P Steele

Mohan at the Center for Fiction To celebrate the publication of 'The Seasons of Trouble: Life Amid the Ruins of Sri Lanka's Civil War' (Verso) by Rohini Mohan, the Center for Fiction in New York City hosted a panel discussion between Mohan (front left), and, (pictured, l. to r.) Siddhartha Deb, James Miller, and Rachel Rosenfelt in an event co-sponsored by the MA in Creative Publishing & Critical Journalism at the New School for Social Research.  Photo Credit: Tayarisha Poe

Mohan at the Center for Fiction To celebrate the publication of 'The Seasons of Trouble: Life Amid the Ruins of Sri Lanka's Civil War' (Verso) by Rohini Mohan, the Center for Fiction in New York City hosted a panel discussion between Mohan (front left), and, (pictured, l. to r.) Siddhartha Deb, James Miller, and Rachel Rosenfelt in an event co-sponsored by the MA in Creative Publishing & Critical Journalism at the New School for Social Research. Photo Credit: Tayarisha Poe

On October 5, the New York City chapter of the Women's National Book Association held a panel with three "Women of Uncommon Talent" (Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Hilma Wolitzer and Estelle Parsons, with moderator Roz Reisner) at Manhattan's historic Jefferson Market Library. Pictured (l. to r.), Annie Stone, v-p of programming, WNBA-NYC; Andrea Baron, treasurer, WNBA-NYC, Wolitzer, and Parsons.

On October 5, the New York City chapter of the Women's National Book Association held a panel with three "Women of Uncommon Talent" (Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Hilma Wolitzer and Estelle Parsons, with moderator Roz Reisner) at Manhattan's historic Jefferson Market Library. Pictured (l. to r.), Annie Stone, v-p of programming, WNBA-NYC; Andrea Baron, treasurer, WNBA-NYC, Wolitzer, and Parsons.

Paul Beatty was crowned the winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction for his book 'The Sellout' (FSG) in New York City on March 17. Pictured (l-r) is Beatty with his editor Colin Dickerman. Photo: Nancy Crampton

Paul Beatty was crowned the winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction for his book 'The Sellout' (FSG) in New York City on March 17. Pictured (l-r) is Beatty with his editor Colin Dickerman. Photo: Nancy Crampton

CROWN STAFFERS HIT THE STRETS To celebrate the paperback publication of "Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn, Crown employees took to the Port Authority in New York City on April 22 with copies of the paperback to give away to commuters. They wore specially made t-shirts to celebrate the paperback. Two versions of the t-shirts were created: “Team Amy” and “Team Nick” to commemorate the two lead characters in Flynn’s bestseller.

CROWN STAFFERS HIT THE STRETS To celebrate the paperback publication of "Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn, Crown employees took to the Port Authority in New York City on April 22 with copies of the paperback to give away to commuters. They wore specially made t-shirts to celebrate the paperback. Two versions of the t-shirts were created: “Team Amy” and “Team Nick” to commemorate the two lead characters in Flynn’s bestseller.

OBREHT, FISHMAN READ AT HOUSING WORKS Seth Fishman, debut author of "The Well's End" and Tea Obreht, author of "The Tiger's Wife," during their event on March 6 at Housing Works in New York City where the two authors read fan fiction they had written of each other’s work.

OBREHT, FISHMAN READ AT HOUSING WORKS Seth Fishman, debut author of "The Well's End" and Tea Obreht, author of "The Tiger's Wife," during their event on March 6 at Housing Works in New York City where the two authors read fan fiction they had written of each other’s work.

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