In our most recent salary and jobs survey, of the 664 people who responded, 119 said they have been sexually harassed.
The Association of Writers & Writing Programs is severing its official relationship with the University of Maryland to become an autonomous nonprofit.
At a festival in Storey Publishing’s hometown on July 28, the press celebrated its anniversary alongside dozens of vendors who make and sell the very things that are the subjects of its books.
The Overlook Press, cofounded by Peter Mayer, the former chair and CEO of the Penguin Group, in 1971, has been acquired by illustrated book publisher Abrams.
Five years after Penguin and Random House merged, we look back at how the two giants were integrated.
How Charles Tuttle transformed his family’s printing business into one of America’s longest-standing emissaries for books about Asian cultures and languages.
IDW founder and longtime CEO Ted Adams is stepping down and will be replaced by Kerry McCluggage, a former TV executive and current member of the IDW board of directors.
The New York University Summer Publishing Institute marked its anniversary year with a number of special events this summer.
A changing of the guard is in the works at Picador, which will stop publishing originals and return to its primary role as Macmillan’s literary trade paperback reprint house as of April 2019, bringing a significant change to its staff.
Electric Literature has launched a new biweekly series, in partnership with FSG's MCD imprint and as part of its "Read More Women" campaign, that it bills as a feminist corrective to the 'New York Times' column "By the Book."
Microcosm Publishing will assume complete control of its own distribution in January, focusing on reaching both nontraditional and traditional accounts. The company will also stop offering its titles for sale on Amazon.
St. Martin's Press' new mind-body-spirit imprint, to be headed by Joel Fotinois, has been named St. Martin's Essentials and will release its first book next month.
The Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group has acquired Pineapple Press, a independent publisher focused on books about Florida, and the art, folklore, history and culture of the state, effective July 13.
The new audiobooks line from Princeton University Press will publish six frontlist titles in its inaugural season, and will be made available globally across a variety of platforms and libraries.
Neither Barnes & Noble nor the spun-off Barnes & Noble Education have done terribly well in 2018. (Amazon, however, is doing just fine.)
Penguin Random House hosted its second annual Company Week last month, from June 18-22, holding 65 events including talks, panels, workshops, and other activities for its employees.
Reese Witherspoon has selected 'Next Year In Havana' (Berkley), by Chanel Cleeton, as her July book club pick.
The two-year-old group looks to build ties within the publishing industry and to promote authors.
The book business is notoriously difficult to break into without the right connections. It is also notoriously white. And the Representation Matters Mentorship Program is ready to change all that.
After publishing more than 20 volumes in France featuring the reproductions of original manuscripts by renowned authors, Paris-based SP Books has begun selling the limited edition books in the U.S.