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Booklist Seeks Intern for Fall 2015

Booklist Seeks Intern for Fall 2015

Gain valuable publishing experience by becoming an intern for Booklist Publications in Chicago! We will be accepting applications until May 15 for one position starting in September. For over a century, Booklist has helped more readers find more titles than any other publication. Published by the American Library Association, Booklist delivers more than 8,000 recommended-only […]

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Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction Announces 2015 Shortlist

Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction Announces 2015 Shortlist

The Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction, previously known as The Orange Prize for Fiction, has announced its shortlist titles for 2015. The Baileys Prize “celebrates excellence, originality and accessibility in women’s writing from throughout the world.” The winner will be announced on June 3rd and will receive £30,000 and a limited edition bronze known as a ‘Bessie’, […]

May 2015 LibraryReads

May 2015 LibraryReads

May 2015 LibraryReads are here! Check out the ten titles below, linked to Booklist reviews where available. (Look for reviews of A Court of Thorns and Roses and The Ghost Fields in the May 1 issue of Booklist.) Uprooted, by Naomi Novik (Favorite of Favorites) A Court of Thorns and Roses, by Sarah J. Maas A God in […]

Oman and Naomi Shihab Nye On My Mind

Oman and Naomi Shihab Nye On My Mind

Cindy: I read The Turtle of Oman last fall and I’ve been meaning to write this post for months. My advance reader copy has sticky notes hanging off the pages and highlighter marks noting my favorite passages throughout. After ALA Midwinter, I thought I should just move on to looking at 2015 publications, but Naomi […]

Reviews of the Week

Reviews of the Week

Every weekday we feature a different review on Booklist Online. These reviews are notable for different reasons—they may be starred, or high-demand, or especially relevant to the current issue’s spotlight. We’ve collected the reviews from April 6–10 below, so you can revisit the best of the week. Monday, April 6th Do No Harm, by Henry Marsh Brain surgery is […]

Summer Reading: Relaxing and Provocative

Summer Reading: Relaxing and Provocative

To help you prepare for the outdoor reading season, each week we’re sharing a list from a different Booklist editor. —Ed.) While your body is in repose, whether in a hammock, on a beach, front porch, back deck, or fire escape, your mind roams free. You’re relaxed, and willing to give yourself over to fiction that entrances you. […]