Macmillan has overhauled its sales operations in what executive v-p of sales Jenn Gonzalez said is a move aimed to more closely align the sales division with the needs of Macmillan’s customers and its publishers.
One day after Skyhorse Publishing announced its plans to publish Robert Mueller's report on the investigation of Russia's interference in the 2016 election, Scribner has done the same, and has teamed up with the 'Washington Post' to do so.
If the Mueller Report is made public, Skyhorse Publishing hopes to release a trade paperback edition in one to three weeks after receiving the documents.
The National Book Foundation’s new National Book Award for Translated Literature made a real difference for New Directions Publishing, whose book 'The Emissary,' written by Yoko Tawada and translated from the Japanese by Margaret Mitsutani, won the inaugural prize.
Authors Judy Gelman and Vicki Levy Krupp have launched GalleyMatch, a matchmaking program that gets galleys into the hands of book clubs directly from publishers.
The newly formed HMH Audio will release its first titles this fall and plans to release 75 titles annually drawn from its adult and young reader lists.
Bill Henderson, founder of the Pushcart Press and the Pushcart Prize, has teamed with novelist Jonathan Lethem to start Lethem’s Legends, a series that will reprint selected out-of-print works.
Beacon Press has announced plans to release a new work by Robin DiAngelo, whose 2018 book 'White Fragility' has become the fastest-selling book in the house's history.
Amazon will no longer build a headquarters in Long Island City, Queens, following grassroots resistance from New Yorkers and adverse reactions from some lawmakers and unions.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y., has partnered with Valerie Tomaselli and MTM Publishing "to develop its own books and place them in the publishing marketplace."
Verso Books, an independent publisher of works on radical politics, is launching Verso Fiction, a new imprint focused on translated fiction that will release its first two titles in the fall of 2019.
Many startups launched during the beginning of publishing’s digital transformation pivoted to find a way to actually earn a profit. That's exactly what Open Road Integrated Media is up to by devoting more resources to promoting e-book editions of backlist titles from other publishers.
Remember Madonna’s 'Sex,' the 1992 succès de scandale that shook the publishing world? Or the Miss Spider books, TV series, and app? Both, and more, are the brainchildren of Nicholas Callaway, founder and CEO of Callaway Arts & Entertainment, which turns 40 this year.
The French media giant adds the second-largest French-language publishing group to its portfolio.
William Morrow is standing by Dan Mallory, author of the bestseller 'The Woman in the Window,' after a 'New Yorker' article detailed how he repeatedly lied to colleagues and superiors for years as he rose up the ranks in publishing.
Eva García Sáenz de Urturi, born in Victoria, Spain, burst onto the crime fiction scene with the publication of "El silencio de la ciudad blanca" (The silence of the white city) in 2016.
Penzler Publishing and Pegasus Books are partnering to launch Scarlet, a joint publishing venture that will publish works of psychological suspense aimed at female readers.
An HMH spokesperson said the realignment included "a limited set of position eliminations, as well as the creation of new roles to meet our business goals."
Random House took more steps to streamline its operations since its merger with Crown, naming new combined teams for the public relations and marketing; art; and finance, subsidiary rights, and publishing operations departments.
After nearly 14 years of publishing, Spiegel & Grau, the celebrated imprint launched by successful editors Cindy Spiegel & Julie Grau, is being shuttered. With the closure, the imprint's eponymous founders are leaving Penguin Random House.