"Book Club Favorites," a new direct-to-consumer program, is intended to promote titles from imprints across the company deemed of particular interest to book clubs.
MIT Press has created the Knowledge Futures Group, a joint initiative between the press and the MIT Media Lab. The group is intended to spearhead collaborative technology projects that will allow for easier and more widespread publishing and dissemination of digital scholarly and academic works.
The beloved brand has been reimagined as a multiplatform media juggernaut with the classic real-life story at its core. (Sponsored)
The prestigious award from International Thriller Writers acknowledges the Gussins' lasting impact on the thriller genre as advocates and editors at Oceanview. (Sponsored)
Macmillan’s literary trade paperback imprint has teamed up with the educational video unit of the renowned ideas conference to create a book recommendation program pairing each of TED-Ed’s educational animated shorts with an appropriate book.
According to the annual VIDA Count, which analyzes gender parity at literary magazines, only 23.3% of pieces published in the 'New York Review of Books' last year were written by women, while representation at the 'Paris Review' crept up by 8 percentage points in the year.
With Book Marks, the Literary Hub vertical and newly-circulated book reviewing widget, Morgan Entrekin, Andy Hunter, and company make a push to restore the vitality of book critics.
After two years, Ellen Archer has put her stamp on the group.
The new novel by President Bill Clinton and James Patterson has sold 260,000 total copies after its first week on sale.
Ann Hood, author of the critically acclaimed 2008 memoir 'Comfort: A Journey Through Grief,' will head Gracie Bell, a new imprint focused on books about grief and loss, which launches this fall.
In the nearly half-century that the Boston-based David R. Godine has been publishing books, no book has ever been relaunched—until now.
Three poetry editors at 'The Boston Review' announced their intent to resign on Tuesday, citing disagreements with the magazine’s executive editors over their decision to retain Junot Díaz as fiction editor.
The National Endowment for the Arts has announced its latest slew of Big Read grants, issuing more than $1 million in the form of 79 grants to organizations to host book-related projects from September 2018-June 2019.
In a decision handed down late last week, Judge Alvin Hellerstein of the Southern District of New York denied a motion by an author requesting that a preliminary injunction be issued to prevent publication a number of books that include the word “cocky” in the title.
When two Simon & Schuster employees saw that a central character on the TV show 'Younger,' which is set in the world of New York book publishing, was releasing a novel, they wanted to make sure that book hit shelves in the real world. Now it will.
In its first major redesign since the series was launched in 1993, DK’s Eyewitness Travel Guides are being revamped for the digital age.
At BookExpo, Ingram Publishers Services is introducing a seven-month-long promotion to encourage booksellers to sell more books in translation.
Quirk began publishing graphic novels this May and the indie publisher has plans to steadily add more books in formats over the next few years.
Queer employee groups can enrich workplaces and publishers’ relationships with readers.
Tight markets and tariffs keep pushing up paper prices—and publishers are taking note.