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.

Bibliophiles gathered to celebrate the publication of Rebecca Rego Barry’s first book, 'Rare Books Uncovered: True Stories of Fantastic Finds in Unlikely Places' (Quarto/Voyageur Press), at New York City’s Grolier Club earlier this month. Barry (left) is pictured here with author Nicholas Basbanes who wrote the foreword to her book. Photo: Brett Barry

Bibliophiles gathered to celebrate the publication of Rebecca Rego Barry’s first book, 'Rare Books Uncovered: True Stories of Fantastic Finds in Unlikely Places' (Quarto/Voyageur Press), at New York City’s Grolier Club earlier this month. Barry (left) is pictured here with author Nicholas Basbanes who wrote the foreword to her book. Photo: Brett Barry

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.

The annual Poets & Writers dinner, called "In Celebration of Writers," was held at Pier Sixty in New York City on March 23. Pictured (l. to r.) Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle; Margaret Atwood, Malcolm Gladwell, Christopher Castellani, and Cheryl Boyce-Taylor. Atwood, Castellani, and Boyce-Taylor were honored with the Barnes & Noble Writers for Writers Awards. Dohle served as chair of the event, and Gladwell served as the master of ceremonies. Photo: Margarita Corporan

The annual Poets & Writers dinner, called "In Celebration of Writers," was held at Pier Sixty in New York City on March 23. Pictured (l. to r.) Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle; Margaret Atwood, Malcolm Gladwell, Christopher Castellani, and Cheryl Boyce-Taylor. Atwood, Castellani, and Boyce-Taylor were honored with the Barnes & Noble Writers for Writers Awards. Dohle served as chair of the event, and Gladwell served as the master of ceremonies. Photo: Margarita Corporan

Making #TimetoRead Mashable, National Book Foundation, and Penguin Random House employees pose at the Mashable offices in New York City on January 24, National Readathon Day. The initiative, sponsored by PRH, GoodReads, Mashable, and the NBF, invited people across the country to commit to reading a book for four straight hours, while raising funds for the NBF. Participants used the hashtag #timetoread to share his or her experience on social media.

Making #TimetoRead Mashable, National Book Foundation, and Penguin Random House employees pose at the Mashable offices in New York City on January 24, National Readathon Day. The initiative, sponsored by PRH, GoodReads, Mashable, and the NBF, invited people across the country to commit to reading a book for four straight hours, while raising funds for the NBF. Participants used the hashtag #timetoread to share his or her experience on social media.

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

The 66th Annual National Book Awards took place in New York City on Wednesday, November 18. Winners were (l-r) Adam Johnson (Fiction), Neal Shusterman (Young People’s Literature), Robin Coste Lewis (Poetry), and Ta-Nehisi Coates (Nonfiction). (Photo: Nancy Crampton)

The 66th Annual National Book Awards took place in New York City on Wednesday, November 18. Winners were (l-r) Adam Johnson (Fiction), Neal Shusterman (Young People’s Literature), Robin Coste Lewis (Poetry), and Ta-Nehisi Coates (Nonfiction). (Photo: Nancy Crampton)

Publishers Weekly and the Frankfurt Book Fair held a party last night in New York City’s to celebrate the 40 honorees in the first Star Watch program. Pictured (l. to r.), Geoff Kloske, v-p, publisher, Riverhead Books; Helen Yentus, art director of Riverhead Books; and Madeline McIntosh, president of the Penguin Publishing Group. Yentus was chosen as this year’s “superstar” and will receive an all-expense paid trip to the Frankfurt Book fair courtesy of Frankfurt officials. Photo: Nancy…

Publishers Weekly and the Frankfurt Book Fair held a party last night in New York City’s to celebrate the 40 honorees in the first Star Watch program. Pictured (l. to r.), Geoff Kloske, v-p, publisher, Riverhead Books; Helen Yentus, art director of Riverhead Books; and Madeline McIntosh, president of the Penguin Publishing Group. Yentus was chosen as this year’s “superstar” and will receive an all-expense paid trip to the Frankfurt Book fair courtesy of Frankfurt officials. Photo: Nancy…

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.

A LITTLE 'NIGHT FILM' Marisha Pessl celebrated the launch of her highly anticipated sophomore effort Night Film on August 20 at powerHouse Arena in Brooklyn, N.Y. with a crowd of almost 200 people. The author was joined in conversation by Vogue's theater critic, Adam Green (right) and the store's events coordinator Justin Levine.  Photo Credit: Krzystof Poluchowicz

A LITTLE 'NIGHT FILM' Marisha Pessl celebrated the launch of her highly anticipated sophomore effort Night Film on August 20 at powerHouse Arena in Brooklyn, N.Y. with a crowd of almost 200 people. The author was joined in conversation by Vogue's theater critic, Adam Green (right) and the store's events coordinator Justin Levine. Photo Credit: Krzystof Poluchowicz

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