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From St. Louis to Chicago: Edelweiss at the Heartland Fall Forum (and beyond!)

By Gabriella Costa | November 22, 2022

In October, our Retail Client Success Manager Deidre went on a whirlwind trip through the Midwest timed to the 2022 Heartland Fall Forum. She reflects on her time at the conference as well as two bookstore tours through St. Louis and Chicago.

Kellye Crocker on Dad’s Girlfriend and Other Anxieties

By Gabriella Costa | November 16, 2022

Kellye Crocker talks about her middle grade novel Dad’s Girlfriend and Other Anxieties, dealing with anxiety through writing, and the bravery of shy girls.

Tanita S. Davis on Figure It Out, Henri Weldon

By Gabriella Costa | November 14, 2022

Tanita S. Davis shares more about her upcoming middle grade novel Figure It Out, Henri Weldon, representing learning disabilities in her writing, and encouraging all readers to look for their strengths.

Twenty Years of Helping People “Work Better, Read More”

By Gabriella Costa | October 28, 2022

This year, we are celebrating Edelweiss’s twentieth anniversary! Founded in 2002, Edelweiss has transformed from one-man operation to a company of nearly forty employees supporting the book community.

Supporting Diverse Books through the Thema Classification System

By Gabriella Costa | October 17, 2022

We recently added visibility to Thema subject categories for UK users as part of a larger project to improve the discoverability of diverse books on our site.

Jonathan Escoffery on If I Survive You

By Gabriella Costa | October 7, 2022

Jonathan Escoffery talks about his debut If I Survive You, finding healing in the writing process, and laughing in the face of inevitability.

Featured booklists

Caribbean Heritage & Pride Reads

Celebrating titles that explore the intersections of LGBTQ+ & Caribbean identities!

Diverse YA Fantasy

Any type of fantasy YA book- high fantasy, urban fantasy, magical realism, etc- that showcases a cast and protagonist that is not white, cisgender, heterosexual, and/or non-disabled.

BookTok Made Me

It started with one series, now we're here.