Silvia Matute, president of Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial’s U.S. division, discusses the company’s growth and the Spanish-language book market in the U.S.
In April 1890, the planned merger of four school book publishers into the American Book Co. was stirring debate over the risks and benefits of consolidation.
Record sales growth in the category in the U.S. has been tempered by supply chain delays.
The combination of professional and trade publishing keeps one of the country's largest independent publishers moving forward.
This year, 'The White House: An Historic Guide,' coedited by first lady Jacqueline Kennedy, celebrates its 60th year in print and, with it, the WHHA’s 60th year in publishing.
Insight Editions is teaming with author and pop-up paper engineer Matthew Reinhart to form a new imprint, Reinhart Pop-Up Studio. It will publish eight to 10 titles per year in a list that will ultimately include about half new content and about half titles based on licensed properties.
Fifty-two years ago, the American Book Publishers Council and the American Educational Publishers Institute finalized plans for the merger that created the Association of American Publishers.
Microcosm Publishing, of Portland, Ore., makes its debut on our list of fast-growing independent publishers, landing with a bang at #1: net revenue spiked 106% in 2021 over 2020 and was up 207% over 2019.
In response to the surge in book-banning efforts across the country, the Authors Guild has teamed with the book club app Fable to launch the virtual monthly Banned Books Club.
Macmillan Learning has announced receipt of a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to research and test how digital courseware can help close equity gaps in course completion for underserved students.
Julie Schaper, a veteran of the small press distribution world, has seen it all—and lived to tell the tale.
Born of necessity—or as a last resort—self-publishing is now the preferred choice of millions of authors, writes ‘BookLife’ reviews editor Alan Scherstuhl
Peter Osnos, journalist turned publisher, explains how policy, planks, and platforms become books.
Former Regnery Publishing president Marji Ross argues that conservative publishers, after finding their voice and audience, now face challenges to being heard.
Black Classics Press founder W. Paul Coates on the legacy of Marcus Garvey in publishing and bookselling.
The v-p and executive editor at Alfred A. Knopf shares why he rejects the ubiquitous acronym.
Tracy Sherrod, the former v-p and editorial director of Amistad, on Black books, discourse, commerce, and the American racial reckoning.
David Unger, director of the Publishing Certificate Program at the City College of New York, highlights how Black Lives Matter woke up the publishing industry.
Three voices on the challenge of making publishing less white and more representative of the world at large.
For 150 years, publishing has been the site where this question is vigorously debated, writes ‘PW’ veteran Gayle Feldman.