BookPage is a monthly book review publication. Bookstores and libraries subscribe to the print version and provide free copies to readers. It’s also a website that includes all the information of the print version and additional web exclusive content. The website has a map that’s supposed to show where you can pick up a print copy, but it only displays the main library even when the branch libraries also provide copies.
In addition to the normal sidebar features of blogroll, links, tweets, categories, etc, they also have a list of the most anticipated releases.
You can sign up for three different newsletters. Book of the Day is a new book recommendation every weekday. BookPageXTRA includes reviews, interviews and more on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month. On the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month the Children’s Corner spotlights new books for kids and teens.
For a book to be considered for review, an advance copy must be sent three months before the release date. More details including the seasonal calendar are available on the Submission Guidelines page.
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