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.

TANENBAUM LAUNCHES 'ECHOES' Last week at Forlini's restaurant in New York, author and criminal prosecutor Robert K. Tanenbaum hosted a launch event for his book Echoes of My Soul. Pictured is Tanenbaum signing copies for Linda Fairstein.

TANENBAUM LAUNCHES 'ECHOES' Last week at Forlini's restaurant in New York, author and criminal prosecutor Robert K. Tanenbaum hosted a launch event for his book Echoes of My Soul. Pictured is Tanenbaum signing copies for Linda Fairstein.

Rockliff Toasted by AAP On February 27, the AAP's Trade Libraries Committee hosted a retirement party for Michael Rockliff (center), director, school and library sales and marketing, Workman, at The House restaurant in New York City.

Rockliff Toasted by AAP On February 27, the AAP's Trade Libraries Committee hosted a retirement party for Michael Rockliff (center), director, school and library sales and marketing, Workman, at The House restaurant in New York City.

Jennifer Weiner (l.) and Elizabeth LaBan (r.) take a moment for the camera at the Free Library of Philadelphia following a packed launch event for 'The Restaurant Critic’s Wife' (Lake Union). Photo: Courtesy of Dennelle Catlett

Jennifer Weiner (l.) and Elizabeth LaBan (r.) take a moment for the camera at the Free Library of Philadelphia following a packed launch event for 'The Restaurant Critic’s Wife' (Lake Union). Photo: Courtesy of Dennelle Catlett

LEFT BANK BOOKS SAYS GOODBYE Left Bank Books' former owner Barry Leibman, and current owners Kris Kleindienst and Jarek Steele, gather for one last "owners' meeting" at Duff's Restaurant in St. Louis' Central West End, a good friend of the bookstore and of the St. Louis literary community, which closed June 24th after over 40 years.

LEFT BANK BOOKS SAYS GOODBYE Left Bank Books' former owner Barry Leibman, and current owners Kris Kleindienst and Jarek Steele, gather for one last "owners' meeting" at Duff's Restaurant in St. Louis' Central West End, a good friend of the bookstore and of the St. Louis literary community, which closed June 24th after over 40 years.

HOWZELL HALL LUNCHES WITH BOOKSELLERS Author Rachel Howzell Hall attended a luncheon on April 29 in Los Angeles to meet area booksellers and introduce them to her new book, "Land of Shadows." Pictured (l. to r.) Katie Orphan of The Last Bookstore, LeAnna Herrera of Mysterious Galaxy, Howzell Hall, Emilio Flores of Mysterious Galaxy, and James Fugate of Eso Won Books.  Photo Credit: Kevin Peters

HOWZELL HALL LUNCHES WITH BOOKSELLERS Author Rachel Howzell Hall attended a luncheon on April 29 in Los Angeles to meet area booksellers and introduce them to her new book, "Land of Shadows." Pictured (l. to r.) Katie Orphan of The Last Bookstore, LeAnna Herrera of Mysterious Galaxy, Howzell Hall, Emilio Flores of Mysterious Galaxy, and James Fugate of Eso Won Books. Photo Credit: Kevin Peters

Carrie Brownstein, author of 'Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl' (Riverhead), talked with Amy Poehler at Vroman's Books event at Central Presbyterian Church in Pasadena, California on November 3, 2015. During the event, Brownstein was asked to officiate a wedding for two fans in the sold-out crowd. Following the wedding, Poehler played ‘Greensleeves’ on the piano. Pictured (l-r) Poehler, Kendall Oshiro, Brownstein, and Genevieve Hernandez.

Carrie Brownstein, author of 'Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl' (Riverhead), talked with Amy Poehler at Vroman's Books event at Central Presbyterian Church in Pasadena, California on November 3, 2015. During the event, Brownstein was asked to officiate a wedding for two fans in the sold-out crowd. Following the wedding, Poehler played ‘Greensleeves’ on the piano. Pictured (l-r) Poehler, Kendall Oshiro, Brownstein, and Genevieve Hernandez.

GORDON, PETTIBON TALK ART, MUSIC On June 25, the Strand Book Store in New York City partnered with David Zwirner Gallery on a book signing event for Raymond Pettibon's latest monograph, "To Wit." Pettibon is pictured here, at the event, discussing the book with Kim Gordon, one of the founding members of Sonic Youth.  Photo: Strand Book Store

GORDON, PETTIBON TALK ART, MUSIC On June 25, the Strand Book Store in New York City partnered with David Zwirner Gallery on a book signing event for Raymond Pettibon's latest monograph, "To Wit." Pettibon is pictured here, at the event, discussing the book with Kim Gordon, one of the founding members of Sonic Youth. Photo: Strand Book Store

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

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

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