After slashing its yearly catalogue in half while roughly tripling its profits over the past decade, the St. Martin’s Press mystery imprint is diversifying its list while still bringing readers "books that make the heart race."
After five years and 20 titles, Columbia Global Reports has found a successful formula: it allows top authors to take on big, timely subjects in short, accessible books.
Following the June 7 departure of publisher Dayna Anderson and managing editor Cassandra Farrin, the Eagle, Idaho-based company named Justin Mitson publishing director.
In a move to bring its content to more screens—big and small—Harlequin has launched Harlequin Studios.
If tariffs on Chinese imports hit books, publishers won't have little wiggle room.
Washington, D.C., publishers are embracing multimedia, with books at the center.
C-SPAN used a team approach to release its 10th publication, which was published in April.
National Geographic boasts a library bursting with information on exploration.
The D.C.-based organization is looking for ways to keep up with demand for the books it's been putting into the hands of children in need since 1992.
The PRH imprint and author have terminated their publishing relationship, a representative of the imprint has confirmed.
Sue Berger Ramin, former associate publisher at David R. Godine, has been named to the newly created position of director of Brandeis University Press.
Penguin Random House units Viking, Penguin Books, and Pamela Dorman Books will team up to create a new publishing program across all three imprints that will specialize in inspiration, lifestyle, healthy living, and personal development.
In taking a 45% stake in the Illinois publisher, Penguin Random House can let a good thing be and benefit at the same time.
Haymarket Books will publish an anthology of fiction, poetry, and literary essays in 2020 after a successful Kickstarter campaign enabled its editor to pay the permission fees required to reprint iconic writings about abortion.
Beginning this fall, Chronicle Chroma will publish books on the visual arts and pop culture, and will be headed by Steve Crist and Gloria Fowler.
Since its launch in 2009, Amazon’s publishing group has developed a backlist of 10,000 titles, and 40 of its authors have reached more than one million readers each.
Melville House’s mass market paperback edition of 'The Mueller Report' sold 13,538 copies in its first week on sale at outlets that report to NPD BookScan, easily making it BookScan’s top-selling mass market paperback last week.
Henry Holt will publish 'Siege: Trump Under Fire' on June 4.
Farrar, Straus and Giroux will publish Chelsea Manning's memoir in winter 2020. Acquiring editor Colin Dickerman said the memoir “will, for the first time, allow readers to experience the full depth, breadth, and weight of her journey."
In an increasingly digital era, a handful of publishers are opting for a decidedly analog marketing tool for some of their bigger titles: the chapbook.