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PRH Closing the Blue Rider Imprint

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Blue Rider Press, established in 2011 by David Rosenthal to publish a select number of fiction and nonfiction titles, is being discontinued. Its hardcover titles will be released by Dutton.

Indie Pub Two Dollar Radio to Open Bookstore

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The Ohio-based literary press is opening a bookstore/cafe/bar in its new headquarters in Columbus's South Side neighborhood. The new store will sell Two Dollar Radio's titles, as well as books published by other small presses.

Rodale Considers a Sale

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The media company and publisher, home to such magazines as 'Men's Health' and 'Prevention,' along with Rodale Books, is considering its strategic options, which include the potential sale of the publisher.

How a Small Press Landed a Big Fish in Naomi Klein

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After being tapped by the activist and author to handle the U.S. edition of her anti-Trump book 'No Is Not Enough,' Chicago's Haymarket Books collaborated with Knopf Canada and the U.K.'s Allen Lane to crash the title, which hit shelves this month.

Milkweed Unveils Lit Prize Honoring Young Poet

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Milkweed Editions is launching the $10,000 Max Ritvo Poetry Prize for debut collections, in honor of the young poet who died of cancer in 2016, weeks before his debut collection was published by the Minneapolis-based nonprofit press.

Chronicle Books Turns 50

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The publisher opened in San Francisco in 1967 with a two-room office and a handful of employees. Now one of the largest publishers in the West, it boasts more than 250 million units sold worldwide.