Rebecca Smart will join DK as its managing director in January after spending the last four years in the same position at Ebury Publishing, a nonfiction imprint of Penguin Random House UK.
Kensington is renewing its dedication to nonfiction with an expanded list and books on a wider array of topics. (Sponsored)
We took a long, hard look at the season’s offerings from independent and university presses, and, after consulting with PW’s reviews editors and booksellers, came up with a list of 20 books that readers won’t want to miss.
Five years after its launch as a regional press specializing in nonfiction books about the industrial Midwest, Belt Publishing is growing rapidly and diversifying its list.
Penguin Random House and HeadCount, a nonpartisan voter registration organization, will launch Book the Vote, a companywide effort to encourage voter registration by using PRH authors and a variety of support materials.
Ann Kjellberg, a longtime former contributing editor at the 'New York Review of Books,' has launched 'Book Post,' a subscription-based book review.
As the Hachette division continues to grow, the publisher has announced a new imprint, RP Studio, which will focus on producing a range of gift items, including journals, notebooks, and postcard books, all drawn from bestselling RP books.
The publisher has created a new marketing effort that encourages indies to take a fresh look at Viktor Frankl’s 'Man’s Search for Meaning.'
Omarosa Manigault Newman's 'Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House'—the second White House tell-all this year whose publication President Donald Trump has attempted to stymie—sold 33,484 copies in its first week on sale at outlets that report to NPD BookScan.
Following one more threat of litigation from President Donald Trump against a major book publisher, free speech and book industry organizations have condemned the president's attempts to cease publication of books unfavorable to his administration.
Trade sales have grown steadily over the last five years—even as other major segments continue to have their struggles.
Months after President Donald Trump's lawyers slapped Macmillan with a cease-and-desist letter in advance of the publication of Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury,' the president has done the same to Simon & Schuster and Omarosa Manigault Newman's 'Unhinged.'
Author Gwen Cooper has teamed up with BenBella Books to launch a subscription series of Cooper’s cat-centric short stories that will culminate with BenBella publishing a print edition of the collection in November.
This fall, New York Review Books is trying its hand at something bigger—literally—in the form of Uwe Johnson's 1,800-page masterpiece. Here's how they did it.
A lawyer for a handful of authors is interested in putting together a class action lawsuit—and cleaning up a multimillion-dollar mess.
U.K. publisher Canongate is launching Black Thorn, a new crime fiction imprint. Black Thorn will release two titles per month, starting in May next year.
Seven Stories Press has started a new monthly marketing program that it hopes addresses independent booksellers’ concerns about publishers’ direct-to consumer pricing policies.
The search for a replacement for Jeffrey Lependorf, who is taking a position as executive director of the Flow Chart Foundation in Hudson, N.Y., is currently underway.
A new illustrated biography illuminates the life and legacy of the creator of the legendary Rider-Waite tarot deck. (Sponsored)
Founded by Manuel Godoy and his wife, Geiszel Godoy, this startup publisher focused on releasing comics, chapter books, and picture books aimed at black parents and their children.