In his new role as chair of the Book Industry Study Group, industry vet Andrew Savikas discusses the challenges and opportunities facing publishers in an age of rapidly evolving technology.
Beacon Press will publish a recently rediscovered work by Viktor Frankl, author of 'Man’s Search for Meaning.' 'Yes to Life: In Spite of Everything' has never previously been translated into English.
Publishers are taking a careful look at how a dizzying array of new legal standards will apply to California authors, editors, illustrators, and other publishing workers previously engaged as independent contractors when the state's new 'gig worker' law goes into effect on January 1.
Evil Eye Concepts, parent company of 1,001 Dark Nights Press, which publishes the 1001 Dark Nights paranormal erotica series, will launch a new imprint, Blue Box Press, dedicated to publishing full-length fiction.
Our annual look at graduate publishing programs lays out the fundamental facts about each program and includes chats with the directors to find the special ingredients that distinguish their programs.
Founded in 2015, the Book Group marked the coming together of four highly regarded agents under one roof. It's paid off.
The publisher is now part of a $28 billion media giant. Will it get buried in the mix?
Melville House Publishing and Skyhorse Publishing are returning to the public documents well to publish the report pertaining to the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle’s annual letter to company employees emphasized the acquisitions the publisher has made across the publishing world this year.
The Community of Literary Magazines and Presses and Submittable, the cloud-based submission management platform, have agreed on a unique pricing plan that provides a significant discount for the use of Submittable by CLMP members.
We look inside the bookish Northeast, where publishers with deep roots turn innovation into tradition.
Once upstarts, New England’s children’s publishers are now institutions.
The region’s publishers have a recipe for everyone.
The country’s changing mood is aiding New England’s spirituality publishers.
Three university presses find new ways to keep up with a changing market.
The seven-year-old company helps 15 million subscribers find their next books.
A Maine press focuses on quality and close relationships.
The audio publisher, which found fame with its 2015 release of 'The Martian', has moved from Toronto to Los Angeles and has a new CEO who sees rapid growth ahead.
The country's largest educational publishers have filed a lawsuit seeking to stop pirate sites from illegally selling their e-books and have won a temporary restraining order.
B&N attorneys are moving ahead with a 'risky' bid to win summary judgment on two of the three claims filed by fired CEO Demos Parneros.