Changes are brewing at the International Digital Publishing Forum, which has been part of the Worldwide Web Consortium for the past three years.
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.
As Covid-19 continues to spread, many fall events have moved online, and publishers don’t see a meaningful return of employees anytime soon.
Crime fiction house Crooked Lane Books is launching Alcove Press, an imprint that will focus on commercial fiction. Its first list will be released this fall.
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.
With the digital future arriving early, publishers are going to need to adapt, writes Steve Sieck.
The primary imprint of 10-year-old Callisto Media began to dip its toes into the children’s sector just two years ago—and is now seeing big results.
In an email to its members on Wednesday, the National Book Critics Circle's board of directors announced that its members have called for a meeting to remove v-p of grants Carlin Romano from the board.
Jerry Bennington has been promoted to president of IDW Publishing, Jud Meyers has been promoted to IDW publisher, and Rebekah Cahalin has been promoted to executive v-p of operations.
IDW Publishing president, publisher, and chief creative officer Chris Ryall is stepping down from his current positions to join the World of Syzygy, a new storytelling venture formed by Ryall and comics artist Ashley Wood.
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.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has provided $3.5 million to support the establishment of the Literary Arts Emergency Fund, which will support nonprofit literary publishers and organizations with $5,000-$50,000 emergency grants.
Lucas, the executive director of the National Book Foundation, has been named senior v-p and publisher of Pantheon and Schocken Books.
The National Book Critics Circle has appointed 15 members to its board, which was gutted following a racially charged controversy last month.
New York State Supreme Court Judge Hal B. Greenwald has cleared the way for Mary L. Trump to publish and promote her tell-all 'Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.'
Many authors and agents say that lower advances for authors of color highlight institutional racism in publishing—but some white industry insiders say it’s more complicated.
New York State Supreme Court judge Hal B. Greenwald on Friday extended the temporary restraining order barring the author from publishing or or talking about her explosive tell-all 'Too Much and Never Enough' until after a July 13 hearing.
Multihyphenate Phoebe Robinson is launching her own imprint, Tiny Reparations Books, with her publisher, Plume. The bestselling author, actress, and comedian will, PRH said, publish fiction and nonfiction titles "that highlight and amplify unique and diverse voices."
Wayne State University Press, which endured three weeks of internal chaos in February after three senior employees were fired but later reinstated, announced that Stephanie Williams has been appointed director.
Nan A. Talese is retiring after more than 60 years working in the publishing business. Talese has run her eponymous imprint at Doubleday since 1990, where she published a long roster of award-winning authors.