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Elizabeth Harrower Featured in the New Yorker!
In the October 20 issue of the New Yorker, book critic James Wood discusses the life and work of Elizabeth Harrower, one of Australia’s most important postwar writers. Her novel, In Certain Circles, never before published, was released last month by … Continue reading
Three Enchanted Lion Titles Earn Eight Starred Reviews and a Junior Library Guild Selection!
Enchanted Lion Books has earned an abundance of starred reviews and a Junior Library Guild selection in just a few short months! Below are the hot titles reviewers are raving about—order your copies today! == The Lion and the Bird … Continue reading
Gabi, A Girl In Pieces Earns Three Starred Reviews!
The pre-publicity is pouring in for Isabel Quintero’s debut novel, Gabi, A Girl in Pieces, which hits bookshelves next month! This new YA novel from Cinco Puntos Press follows Gabi Hernandez’s diary entries as she navigates senior year: Cindy’s pregnancy, Sebastian’s coming … Continue reading
Come see us at ALA!
We’re so excited to see you in the Consortium Booth #343 at the ALA Conference! Check out the details below. Publishers in Our Booth Akashic Books Coffee House Press Central Recovery Press, LLC Coach House Books Curbside Splendor Publishing … Continue reading
Friday Was the Bomb gets applause from Library Journal and Kirkus Reviews!
Friday Was the Bomb: Five Years in the Middle East by Nathan Deul is a collection of essays accounting Deul’s five years living as a new father in the Middle East with his wife,National Public Radio foreign correspondent, Kelly McEvers … Continue reading
Visit Consortium at the Book Expo America 2014!
Consortium Book Sales and Distribution will be in booths 1102-1111 at the 2014 Book Expo America! We will kick off with Consortium President Julie Schaper discussing our books at the AAP Annual Librarians Book Buzz in the Jacob K. Javits … Continue reading
Praise for The Lion and the Bird from School Library Journal and Kirkus Reviews!
The Lion and the Bird, by Marianne Dubuc, is a tale of an unlikely friendship. When Bird is injured and separated from his flock, Lion invites him to stay and recover. The result is a growing pair of friends enjoying … Continue reading
#WeNeedDiverseBooks has inspired discussion across social media fueling a stream of tweets and photo montages for reasons why there should be more diverse books. From underrepresented and misrepresented characters and storylines, to readers tired of reading the same stories, the … Continue reading
Long-awaited Sequel to The Origin of the Brunists
The Brunist Day of Wrath, by Robert Coover, is the much anticipated sequel to The Origin of the Brunists, winner of the William Faulkner Foundation First Novel Award in 1966. The Brunist Day of Wrath begins with the return of … Continue reading
Lois Duncan Releases Her Earliest Work!
Lois Duncan shares 13 short stories in the collection, Written in the Stars, published by Lizzie Skurnick Books, the YA imprint of Ig Publishing. Written as early as the age of 13, the stories were first published in American Girl … Continue reading