A letter from PW president George Slowik addressing PW's response to the Covid-19 crisis, and steps on how to access all of PW's assets during this time.
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Johns Hopkins University press will make 1,400 books and 97 journals accessible for free for the remainder of the spring semester to both students and the general public via the Project MUSE platform—the latest in a number of university presses making similar arrangements.
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The new coronavirus is causing unprecedented disruption for independent publishers, but despite those challenges more than half a dozen indies said this week that they were managing to make a somewhat smooth transition to remote work while rallying in support of independent booksellers.
In a letter to Penguin Random House employees worldwide, PRH CEO Markus Dohle outlined how PRH plans to address the challenges the company faces coping with the global spread of the new coronavirus.
For the second time in two weeks, the new coronavirus has forced the cancellation of a major international book publishing conference—and made clear to publishers that these issues aren't going anywhere for a while.
A new report from the National Endowment for the Arts tracking American reading habits in 2017 revealed that more than half of all U.S. adults, 55%, or 132 million people, did some form of book-reading.
Acknowledging that many people in its New York City headquarters may be uncomfortable commuting to its office, PRH US CEO Madeline McIntosh issued a memo saying the any employees who are able to complete their work from home may do so.
The three senior employees at Wayne State U Press who were fired on Feb. 7 and rehired on Feb. 21 have filed a complaint with the EEOC and Michigan Dept. of Human Rights, charging discrimination on the basis of race.
Workman has formed the Workman Audio imprint and named former HarperCollins Audio v-p and publisher Ana Maria Allessi head of the new unit.
Hachette Book Group has announced that Grand Central Publishing will not publish Woody Allen’s memoir, 'Apropos of Nothing,' and will return all rights to the author. The book was originally scheduled for sale in April 2020.
Oprah Winfrey's lively but emotional book club discussion of 'American Dirt' features Winfrey and Macmillan president Don Weisberg both promising to do better to amplify Latinx voices.
Digital publisher marketing platform Edelweiss was exposed to a phishing scam on March 4 that compromised the company’s Edelweiss+ email list.
Three days after Grand Central Publishing announced that it would publish the director's forthcoming memoir, employees at the imprint and at other Hachette Book Group divisions have staged a walkout in protest of the acquisition.
Nearly three months to the day after the completion of the ViacomCBS merger, the mass media company has indicated its intentions to sell Simon & Schuster, one of the U.S.'s Big Five publishers.
From international book fairs to book manufacturing, the virus is causing lots of disruptions in the book world.
The Los Angeles–based, Latina-led indie publisher will publish a children’s cookbook by celebrity chef and bestselling author Marcela Valladolid. PW spoke with Valladolid and press founders Patty Rodriguez and Ariana Steim about the partnership.
New Directions Publishing has unveiled a subscription program it hopes will link readers to current publications the press believes are destined for classic status.
Independent publisher Riverdale Avenue Books has acquired the assets of Circlet Press, an independent small press focused on science-fiction and fantasy works with sex-positive erotic themes.