Publishers Weekly

Taking a Punt on a New Name

When David Shelley, publisher of Little, Brown U.K., arrived at a lunch to meet a potential new author named Robert Galbraith, he instead found a blonde woman sitting next to agent Neil Blair. "When she turned round I had the surprise of my life. She said, ‘I'm Jo.'"

Tantor Media: More than Audio

Tantor Media’s decision last year to begin publishing print books to augment its audiobook and e-book titles has paid dividends, helping to boost total company sales in a number of ways.

AMP Reissues Self-Published Book of Poems

Andrews McMeel Publishing has moved quickly to produce and promote Lang Leav’s Love & Misadventure, a 176-page volume containing 75 poems, as well as prose and illustrations, in which the author ruminates upon the highs and lows that inevitably accompany romantic relationships.

Glitterati Inc.: Books that Shine

In 2002, Marta Hallett—a very experienced and successful publishing executive and packager— founded Glitterati Inc., a New York–based boutique press that focuses on art and photo books.

Publishing’s New Normal

The Publishers Weekly salary survey is back, and the publishing industry has undergone much change since we last conducted it, in the spring of 2010.

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