The literary nonprofit world is ramping up for a protracted campaign in favor of free speech in the wake of President Donald J. Trump's call for the elimination of the NEA and NEH.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will publish new hardcover editions the classic dystopian novels next month. The move is an attempt to capitalize on the cultural zeitgeist, as well as a recent surge in sales.
Suffering from a downturn in the educational market, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has confirmed that it began a series of organizational changes last week that have resulted in, among other things, layoffs in its educational division as well as its trade division.
The New Press plans to celebrate its 25th anniversary with an energized publishing program focused on the challenge of resisting the new administration's political agenda.
The conservative publisher's mission has expanded in recent years, but politics remains at Regnery's core.
The elimination of the NEA, which is proposed in President Trump's just-released budget plan, could have a severe ripple effect on independent publishing, as hundreds of small presses depend on funding from the NEA to stay afloat.
In partnership with the Book Industry Charitable Foundation, AdventureKEEN will give 100% of the profits from the sales of its books at independent bookstores, this June, to booksellers in need.
The first book to be released under Abrams Press, the new text-driven nonfiction imprint at Abrams Books, is 'Grocery' by food writer Michael Ruhlman. The title is scheduled to hit shelves on May 16.
John Parsley, formerly v-p and executive editor at Little Brown, has been named v-p and editor-in-chief of Dutton. Berkley executive editor Brent Howard and the Caliber line will also move to Dutton.
Following the latest executive order on immigration issued by President Donald J. Trump, a growing list of authors have committed to participating in #Read4Refugees, a read-in dedicated to raising awareness of, and funding to combat, refugee issues.
Harlequin has announced the upcoming launch of Hanover Square Press, a new imprint publishing general fiction, narrative history, journalism, and memoir starting in January 2018.
Less than a week after it was announced that Penguin Random House had acquired books by former president and first lady Barack and Michelle Obama for a rumored $65 million, Crown Publishing Group has been named as the PRH unit that will release the titles in the U.S. and Canada.
'A Legacy of Spies,' the first novel in 25 years to feature le Carré's most popular character, George Smiley, will be released on September 5.
At Deutsche Bank’s 25th Annual Media & Telecom conference, HarperCollins CEO Brian Murray told investors he expects foreign language market sales to account for 10% of the publisher's revenue this year. That figure is up significantly from 2014, when this segment accounted for less than 1% of revenue.
Since its beginnings in 1817 in New York as J&J Harper, Printers, HarperCollins has become a worldwide publishing behemoth. We look back at highlights and milestones from the publisher's two centuries of business.
Blue Streak Books will launch this spring with former Running Press v-p and publisher Chris Navratil at the helm as associate publisher.
Designer Will Staehle's book jacket taps into what the 'hypnotic sensibilities' of the novel, a story of obsession and H.P. Lovecraft.
At a luncheon in Manhattan yesterday, 'New York Times Book Review' editor Pamela Paul, who oversees all books coverage at the 'New York Times,' laid out the newspaper's vision for the future of its newly-unified books desk.
The indie venture, backed by Cinco Puntos editor and publicist Jessica Powers, will focus on contemporary African literature, as well as graphic novels based on African historical events and figures.
Acquired late last year, Antique Collectors Club, a publisher and distributor of decorative arts books, has changed its name to ACC Publishing Group.