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.
Literary nonprofit Latinx in Publishing has launched a new initiative, the Writers Mentorship Program, which is aimed at providing unpublished and/or unagented writers who identify as Latinx with professional mentorship opportunities.
As Mountaineers Books—the independent publisher of outdoor recreation, sustainable lifestyle, and conservation books—turns 60, it shifts around its staff.
The three senior employees recently fired from their jobs at Wayne State University Press have been re-hired, but their attorney is not ruling out litigation against the university for discrimination, retaliation, and due process claims.
After a big deal earlier this month, the two companies discuss their strategies for the children’s market.
The imprint, born the “love child of the merger of Pocket Books and Simon Spotlight Entertainment” in 2010, marked a decade in the business this January.
Wayne State University Press remains embroiled in controversy since the firings of three senior employees. The president's office has assumed oversight for the press, replacing interim director Tara Reeser with Kathy Wildfong.
At 50, Andrews McMeel is a multifaceted media company with a worldwide reach.
Indie crime press Brash Books recently released 'All Kinds of Ugly' by Ralph Dennis, the 13th installment in his Jim Hardman series.
BMI held its first Book Manufacturing Mastered seminar February 10–11 in New York City.
Wayne State University president M. Roy Wilson informed his colleagues Friday that the press' interim director, Tara Reeser, will now report to WSU's chief of staff in the president's office rather than to the dean of libraries.
Free agent NFL quarterback and social activist Colin Kaepernick plans to publish a memoir via his own publishing venture and release an audiobook version of the untitled book via an exclusive deal with Audible.
Previously available to students from any historic black college and university, the paid student internship program has been expanded to include minority juniors and seniors attending any college in the U.S.
In a short reply filing, B&N lawyers argue that Demos Parneros’s defamation claim against the retailer should be knocked out for one “overarching” reason: that B&N’s “purportedly defamatory statements” are “entirely true.”
Wayne State University Press fired three senior employees on Friday afternoon, including editor-in-chief Annie Martin. Sources speculate that the press may move in a digital publishing direction.
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