NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today The New York Times Book Review announced changes to its Best Sellers lists, in print and online. As part of the redesign, 12 new monthly lists will be introduced to The New York Times Best Sellers franchise.
Entirely news lists to The Times include: Travel; Humor; Family; Relationships; Animals; Religion, Spirituality and Faith; and Celebrities with more rolling out in 2015.
The Book Review will also, on a rotating basis, publish in print several popular lists that were previously online exclusives. Those include Politics, Manga, Graphic Novels, Food and Fitness.
A newly designed print page will highlight four niche lists on a weekly rotating basis, from among the following categories: Humor; Travel; Relationships; Business; Family; Celebrities; Science; Animals; Sports; Religion, Spirituality and Faith.
The new layout creates an additional page for print editorial content including reviews, essays and features. The first redesigned issue features an essay by Henry Alford on book etiquette.
“We are excited to offer our discerning readers more serendipity to the Best Sellers lists they will find in print, more niche lists online and additional essays, features, reviews in the Sunday Book Review,” said Pamela Paul, editor, The New York Times Book Review.
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