At the all-virtual 2020 Frankfurter Buchmesse, publishers were largely keeping positive despite the hurdles presented by a challenging year.
When the internet was in its infancy, Fauzia Burke, a tech-savvy publicity and marketing professional, quit her publishing job and launch FSB Associates, a book publicity firm. 25 years later, it's clear she made the right call.
A little more than one year after it acquired Wildsam Field Guides, Arcadia Publishing has expanded the series through several initiatives, including the addition of new editors and the launch of new lines.
To highlight the publication of the new edition of 'The Cancer Journals' by Penguin Classics, Penguin Random House is partnering with the Black Women’s Health Imperative to connect the real-world impact of Audre Lorde’s work with the community that influenced it.
The Department of Justice this week filed suit against Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, a former friend of first lady Melania Trump, alleging that she violated a nondisclosure agreement by publishing a tell-all book, 'Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady.'
This fall, New York Review Books will publish new editions of two major works by the late postmodernist author William Gaddis, 'JR' and 'The Recognitions.'
Penguin Random House has partnered up with PEN America, Out of Print, and When We All Vote to launch Book the Vote, which the publisher describes as a "nonpartisan initiative to protect free speech and ensure every voter’s right to participate in elections."
In its 40th year, the American Book Producers Association has turned to virtual events to keep up with members and keep the industry informed.
W.W. Norton's Liveright imprint publicity director Peter Miller moonlights as a bookstore owner in Brooklyn—and he's working with Books Through Bars to get books into the hands of the imprisoned.
As Chelsea Green prepares to release Naomi Wolf's previously canceled 'Outrages,' it’s the politics of American publishing that worry publisher Margo Baldwin. "You can disagree with me. But you don’t get to tell me what I can publish or not publish," Baldwin said.
In December, Callaway Arts and Entertainment will publish The Sistine Chapel, an oversize three-volume set with detailed full-scale reproductions of the frescoes in the chapel. Its price tag? $22,000,
A federal judge this week denied former national security adviser John Bolton’s motion to dismiss the government's case against him, finding that the government has presented sufficient evidence to support its claim that Bolton breached his confidentiality agreements by publishing his memoir 'The Room Where It Happened' without proper clearance.
During a recent webinar, executives from Baker & Taylor and parent company Follett described how the school and library market has changed in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.
As Houghton Mifflin Harcourt shifts more of its education publishing business to the creation of digital products, the company said it has implemented a restructuring program that will cut its workforce by 22% in order to save between $95 million to $100 million annually.
Beacon Press has increased its entry-level salaries to $44,600 a year, an increase of $9,000, making it the highest baseline wage in publishing to have been publicly announced thus far.
East View Information Services will now distribute the 'Publishers Weekly' Digital Archive. The archive is composed of 7,500 past issues of 'PW' with more than 650,000 fully searchable pages. It includes 435,000 book reviews beginning in the 1940s.
Kansas City, Mo.–based Andrews McMeel Publishing is seeing strong sales despite disruptions caused by the ongoing pandemic—and poetry has a whole lot to do with it.
Macmillan Publishers U.S. will raise its entry-level salary to $42,000 a year starting December 27. The raise will apply to all incoming and existing employees.
At a September 24 teleconference, Judge Royce Lamberth suggested that a former NSC official's claims that Trump officials had abused the prepublication review process for John Bolton's bestselling memoir amounted to a "political diatribe."
In a bombshell letter filed with the court this week, attorneys for the National Security Council official who led the prepublication review of John Bolton’s bestselling memoir 'The Room Where It Happened' confirmed the official's position that the book was cleared of classified information after an intensive process—only to end up blocked by political appointees.