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Looking for your next summer read? We’ve got you covered. Our #GoneReading quiz will tell you what Penguin Random House title you should read next! Remember to post photos of what you’re reading to social media for our #GoneReading contest. Tag @RHLibrary and use #GoneReading for a chance to WIN an ARC-filled tote! (now through Labor […]
We kicked off our #GoneReading contest at ALA Annual 2015 and want you to join in the fun! Take a photo with your favorite summer read! Tag @RHLibrary and use #GoneReading for a chance to WIN an ARC-filled tote! (now through Labor Day) SNAP IT. TAG IT. WIN IT. Post to Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram. […]
KITCHENS OF THE GREAT MIDWEST, the story of a young woman with a once-in-a-generation palate who becomes the iconic chef behind the country’s most coveted dinner reservation, is a hotly-anticipated summer debut. Author J. Ryan Stradal spoke about his love for the Midwest, libraries, and food, and kept everyone laughing. #GoneReading Request an eGalley on […]
In LITTLE VICTORIES, The Wall Street Journal’s popular columnist Jason Gay delivers a hilarious and heartfelt guide to modern living. His talk at the Librarians’ Breakfast was much the same. We dare you not to laugh when he reads from his life guide for people who hate life guides. EarlyWord even named it a BEA […]
Anthony Marra, the New York Times bestselling author of A Constellation of Vital Phenomena, spoke about his upcoming dazzling and poignant short story collection, THE TSAR OF LOVE AND TECHNO, and his history with libraries, including a hilarious anecdote about his father giving him “The Talk” with the help of an audiobook. #GoneReading Request an […]
Garth Risk Hallberg is the debut author of CITY ON FIRE, a big-hearted, boundary-vaulting novel set in 1970s New York about love and betrayal and forgiveness, about art and truth and rock ‘n’ roll, about how the people closest to us are sometimes the hardest to reach—about what it means to be human. The novel […]
We’ve wrapped up another successful Book Expo America here in New York. Once again, we hosted the Penguin Random House/Library Journal Librarians’ Breakfast to kick off the conference. Over 150 librarians joined us bright and early in the morning to hear remarks from five fascinating authors. For those of you who didn’t attend, we’ll be […]