Anitra Budd, who has been affiliated with the Minneapolis-based indie publisher for 20 years, is the new executive director and publisher of Coffee House Press, effective October 1.
Minnesota-based independent publisher Milkweed Editions will launch a series of books centered on neurodivergence and what the publisher calls “different ways of languaging” next year.
Like the big trade publishers, many independent publishers had surprisingly good years last year—and they were particularly well-poised to quickly adapt to market conditions.
The purchase of Workman is the publisher’s sixth acquisition in eight years—and its biggest.
The subscription e-newsletter platform Substack has already made its mark on the media business, but will it do the same for book publishing? Author Anand Giridharadas is helping to test the waters by serializing the first two chapters of his 2014 book, 'The True American,' in his newsletter, 'The.Ink.'
The global publisher of illustrated books will reorganize parts of its management team as COO Ken Fund prepares to retire.
Separate marketing and publicity teams for Riverhead and Viking will be created, and the Viking Penguin publicity department will see a series of changes.
The summer months may be slowly drawing to a close, but there are loads of books still to read. We’ve rounded up more than August book club selections, ranging from escapist fiction to deep dives into serious issues.
As it celebrates its 25th anniversary, the Book Industry Charitable Foundation has never had a bigger part to play in supporting booksellers and comics stores.
The story of the Binc Foundation is one of gratitude, compassion, kindness, and generosity, executive director Pam French writes.
It's hard to imagine the bookselling community without Binc, former American Booksellers Association CEO Oren Teicher writes.
The owners of five indie bookstores express their appreciation for the financial assistance, as well as information and resources provided by Binc.
Introducing everyone you need to know at the Book Industry Charitable Foundation.
A medieval romance in verse by an anonymous author proves a hot publishing property as the long-anticipated adaptation of ‘Sir Gawain and the Green Knight’ screens in theaters nationwide.
Marysue Rucci, v-p and editor-in-chief at Simon & Schuster, will join Scribner as v-p, publisher, and editor-in-chief of the newly formed Marysue Rucci Books imprint on September 7.
Citing the spread of the Delta variant, Hachette Book Group has reversed a decision announced in July to reopen for in-person work at HBG offices this September.
Kensington Publishing will launch a new cozy mystery imprint, Kensington Cozies, later this year. Going forward, all cozies published by Kensington will be folded into the new imprint.
Beginning October 4, employees in HarperCollins's New York City and Princeton locations will begin reporting to the office two to three days a week, as part of a hybrid model that CEO Brian Murray called part of a four-month pilot program.
A smooth transition of the control of Scholastic following the death of Dick Robinson in June was called into question this past weekend, when a 'Wall Street Journal' story revealed that Robinson's will left his stake in the company to Iole Lucchese, a company executive.
The W.W. Norton imprint, which was relaunched in 2011, attributes much of its success—nearly two dozen bestsellers and a host of award-winning titles—to the excellence of its editors.