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9 Days Until Mystery Month!

9 Days Until Mystery Month!

There are times when the days, hours and minutes just seem to pass more slowly. When you’re buried alive, for instance. Or when you’re handcuffed to the radiator in a psychopath’s shotgun shack, just waiting for the distinctive sound of his murdermobile coming back up the street. (It’s an ice cream truck.) Or, worst of […]

By April 22, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
10 Days Until Mystery Month!

10 Days Until Mystery Month!

Drum roll, please! And a slow clap! And for good measure, somebody cue the theme music from Jeopardy! Booklist‘s Mystery Month is just 10 days away. Can’t wait? Neither can we. To tide you over, here’s a little something we found in the filing cabinet, just behind the bottle of cheap bourbon and under the well-oiled […]

By April 21, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
2015 Pulitzer Prize Winners Announced

2015 Pulitzer Prize Winners Announced

Congratulations to the Pulitzer Prize winners in the category of books, which were announced early this afternoon! Notably, two of the winning titles are also Carnegie shortlisters: All the Light We Cannot See and The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History. Learn more each winner here. The winning titles are listed below, with Booklist reviews linked […]

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 […]

By April 20, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
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 13–17 below, so you can revisit the best of the week. Monday, April 13th Pip Bartlett’s Guide to Magical Creatures, by Jackson Pearce […]

Summer Reading: Is Rereading, Is Rereading…

Summer Reading: Is Rereading, Is Rereading…

To help you prepare for the outdoor reading season, each week we’re sharing a list from different Booklist editors and staff. —Ed.) My family spends much of each summer on beaches in Michigan, and I’m sorry to say that, as a kid, I thought beaches were the most boring places in existence (I hadn’t taken chemistry yet). So what […]