Stretch Strong Is the New Pretty The Silent Corner Cork Dork Irresistible
My Not So Perfect Life Our Chemical Hearts Replica Spindle Fire The Hired Girl
Grit Nimona Quiet The Night Circus The Book Thief
Medium Raw Hush, Hush Kitchen Confidential

Strange Practice Stuck in the Stone Age The Six-Day Hero Keywords for Children’s Literature Was the Cat in the Hat Black?
Was the Cat in the Hat Black? Littler Women The Whisper in the Stone Pocket Full of Colors Princess Cora and the Crocodile
The Great Treehouse War Somewhere Else Above the Timberline The Wurst of Lucky Peach Lucky Peach All About Eggs
Find Your Why Israel Forever, Alabama Eating Korea The Crying Place


Cory Taylor’s Memoir Shortlisted for the Stella Prize

Cory Taylor's Dying has been shortlisted for the Stella Prize.

Spring 2017 Indie Next List Preview

Both Jeff Zentner's GOODBYE DAYS and Laura Amy Schlitz's PRINCESS CORA AND THE CROCODILE are among good company on this list of amazing books from the Indie Next List for Spring of 2017.

The Short Drop Nominated for an Audie Award

The Audio Publisher’s Association released their list of Audie Nominees and James Patrick Cromnin, narrator of The Short Drop by Matthew FitzSimmons has been nominated for best Thriller/Suspense. The winners will be announced in May at a ceremony in New York!

Many InkWell Authors Among NPR’s Best of the Year

Each year around this time we find ourselves frequently affirmed in our judgment that our authors are the best in the world by news outlets, critics, readers, and award organizations. We’re happy to report the latest: NPR has named many of our authors to their Best of 2016, the full list of which is available below. From fiction to nonfiction and graphic novels and cookbooks and everything under the sun—InkWell is proud to represent a diversity of books from authors and illustrators at the top of their game.

Ruth Gruber, 1911 - 2016

InkWell salutes the long and engaged life of Ruth Gruber a beacon of integrity who, in the words of Richard Holbrooke, ‘was drawn to the downtrodden, the forgotten, the drive-by-victims of history.’

Powell wins 2016 National Book Award

Rep. John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell were presented the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature on Wednesday, November 16th for their graphic memoir on the civil rights movement.