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Varno Elected President of NBCC

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David Varno, the v-p of tech at the National Book Critics Circle and fiction reviews editor at 'PW,' has been elected president of the organization by its board of directors.

Book Professionals Launch Auction to Fight Racism

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Authors for Black Voices is a silent auction offering exclusive book-related collectibles and services in order to raise funds to benefit nonprofits working to fight racism in publishing, education, and literacy. The auction will run from August 3-31.

DoJ Is Going After John Bolton's Royalties—and His Advance

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The government was unable to stop publication of former U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton's bestselling book 'The Room Where it Happened,' but in filings last week, the DoJ is asking a federal court to seize the author's royalties—including his reported $2 million advance.

Revell Celebrates 150 Years

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In a way, Revell Publishing hasn’t changed since 1870, even as it has evolved from its evangelist beginnings into a contemporary trade house offering faithful living advice, inspiring personal narratives, and novels that always end on an up note.

Record Preorders for Massive Lead Title at Akashic

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This summer, Akashic Books is placing its faith in a 1,000+ page book about Robert Moses not called 'The Power Broker.' And if preorders of Arthur Nerserian's 'The Five Books of (Robert) Moses' are any indication, that faith is well-placed.

His Book Is a Bestseller, But John Bolton's Legal Fight Continues

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John Bolton's book 'The Room Where It Happened' is a bestseller, but the author's legal fight against the government is not over. In a July 16 motion, the former U.S. National Security Adviser, who still faces an effort to seize his royalties, has asked a federal court in Washington, D.C., to dismiss the remaining legal case against him.

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