In a charged political climate, a few left-wing indie publishers are quietly doing what socialists do best: working together for the sake of all.
California indie Heyday Books, which is best known as a publisher of regional titles, is departing from its standard fare with a new book called 'Our Dishonest President.' The essay collection, which Heyday crashed, is set to hit shelves on July 4.
A lawsuit filed by three major textbook publishers charges Follett with copyright and trademark infringement, as well as trademark counterfeiting, for knowingly selling counterfeit textbooks.
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.
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.
The Big Five have found themselves in the middle of a long-running battle between Greenpeace and Resolute Forest Products over logging practices in Canada’s Boreal Forest.
The Association of American University Presses annual meeting in Austin emphasized the value of publishing work grounded in research in an era of fake news.
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.
To find the right cover image for a book inspired by a popular 'Modern Love' essay, art director Jackie Seow returned to the source.
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.
Penguin Books and Classics step into the civic participation ring with a new event series benefitting nonprofits and hosted at a local art gallery.
California publishers have mounted ambitious and unconventional projects about the immigrant experience, even as the federal government gets tougher on undocumented immigrants.
The publisher has acquired Out of Print, which produces and retails literary-themed apparel, accessories, and home goods.
HarperCollins is making a number of changes to its international and North American executive teams three years after the acquisition of Harlequin.
Effective immediately, the company's products will include a seal of certification, replete with a QR code and other indicators, in order to verify the authenticity of its materials.
Milo Yiannopoulos, the alt right provocateur who had his book deal with Simon & Schuster canceled in February, is now self-publishing his book. 'Dangerous' is currently available for pre-order ahead of its July 4 release date.
Nicolás Kanellos takes home the Tejano Association for Historical Preservation Award, HCCP expands its Spanish Bible publishing, and more.
An operation that initially launched simply to bring out-of-print authors back into publication has grown into a tiny but powerhouse publisher of books likely to be overlooked by New York industry insiders.
Sales at HMH, S&S, Lagardère, and HarperCollins are up in the first quarter compared to a year ago.
Seattle-based poetry publisher Wave Books is seeing a surge of interest after one of its titles, 'Olio' by Tyehimba Jess, won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry this year.