Author LetterFrom the Author

Dear Librarians, Like most lucky childhoods, mine was spent reading. Mostly this was because I enjoyed it but also, it was the only thing to do: my parents worked constantly, and as expatriate Americans doing business abroad, they believed that all meetings should take place in bistros. However, English language books were not as easy […]

EventsFrom the Author

PLA is heading to Portland, Oregon for the PLA 2022 Conference, March 23–25! Learn More Here. Whether you’re joining in person or online, we’ve got a host of content to explore, from galley giveaways, to virtual shelves, scroll to find out how you can read along with us. Featured Speakers: Alma Katsu (The Fervor) Virtual […]

Author LetterFrom the Author

Like most writers, I’ve always been obsessed with libraries. My obsession extended to me earning a master’s degree in library science, publishing an article about zine collections in Public Libraries magazine, starting a zine archive at the State University of New York at Buffalo, and volunteering both at the library on Alcatraz(!) and my local […]

Author LetterFrom the Author

Dear Librarians, The day Toni Morrison died I was working an hour away from home, conducting meetings with a team of insurance professionals I’d managed for the best part of twenty years. I’d been balancing a double life, as a writer, the entire time I worked my full-time job. When my phone started buzzing, ringing, […]

Book ExtrasEventsFrom the Author

This series of live online conversations between writers, creators, and librarians will center Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) voices, books, cultures, and experiences. Brought to you by: The University of South Carolina’s Augusta Baker Endowed Chair, Publishers Weekly, and Penguin Random House Library Marketing. Scroll below for the full schedule of speakers throughout 2022, […]