Not Quite Not White The Cabin at the End of the World Famous Father Girl Simple The Crooked Staircase
Joyful Wisdom at Work Untrue The Golden Child We Fed an Island
Transcription Bitter Orange Winter in Paradise Resist Cucumber Quest
Spindle Fire Strong Is the New Pretty Bridge of Clay The Library Book Everless

Not That Kind of Girl How It Feels to Float Black Badge Me, Myself and Them Love Beings Pasta, Pane, Vino Autumn in Venice Join Amelia Westlake Was Never Here Science Comics
The Cabin at the End of the World The Perfect Couple Mightier Than the Sword The Crooked Staircase Making Sense On Truth Exploding Data Notes from a Public Typewriter Famous Father Girl Supernatural
Anam Cara Bad Girls Walking In Wonder The King’s Witch The Adventure Zone Vol. 1 Price of Duty Verdi Rip the Angels from Heaven Born to Be Wilde RISK!
The Splintering of the American Mind Simple Unpunished Murder Write to the Point Not Quite Not White Nefertiti’s Face Sea Creatures from the Sky Holy Moly Carry me How to Build a Hug The Mind Is Flat


Lauren Oliver’s PANIC greenlit by Amazon Studios

Amazon Studios has greenlit its first young adult drama, PANIC, based on Lauren Oliver's 2014 novel.

STUMPTOWN TV show official promo released by ABC

Based on the graphic novel series by Inkwell author Greg Rucka, STUMPTOWN follows Dex, played by Cobie Smulders, a sharp-witted army veteran with a complicated love life, gambling debt, and a brother to take care of in Portland, Oregon.

A fabulous interview with Kate Mosse on The Burning Chambers

Shelf Awareness reviews and profiles Kate Mosse's THE BURNING CHAMBERS (available from @MinotaurBooks on June 18)!

2019 James Beard Awards Restaurant, Chef, and Media Finalists

InkWell clients, Veronica Chambers, Yotam Ottolenghi, Edward Lee, JJ Goode, Matt Goulding, Roads and Kingdoms & David Chang are all nominated for the 2019 James Beard Awards

LET YOUR MIND RUN by Deena Kastor with Michelle Hamilton WINS

  • April 04, 2019
LET YOUR MIND RUN by Deena Kastor with Michelle Hamilton wins outstanding memoir at 2019 American Society of Journalist & Authors annual awards!

2019 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature: Dalia Rosenfeld

Dalia Rosenfeld, author of THE WORLDS WE THINK WE KNOW