After working for more than 20 years for three of the Big Five trade houses, Anthony Ziccardi left corporate publishing for the indie press world in 2013. Now, Ziccardi, publisher, and owner of Post Hill Press and an affiliate company, Permuted Press, is working to rebrand the latter.
As it enters its fourth decade, the Great Courses, the Teaching Company’s educational audio and video publisher, has increased its focus on digital video content and distribution—all while inking new deals with such partners as Penguin Random House and Scientific American.
After 25 years at Coffee House Press, and publisher since 2011, Chris Fischbach is no longer associated with the Minneapolis literary nonprofit press. On Monday, CHP's board named Carla Valadez interim managing director.
A small press in Barcelona looks to expand its reach and help young readers all over the world. (Sponsored)
Presses at West Virginia and Ohio State nabbed their first NBA shortlist nods this year. What does that augur for university presses?
In its 20th year, the Massachusetts Center for the Book is adapting to offer its core programming digitally while waiting to hear whether the state funding on which it relies will remain intact in the face of significant budget shortfalls.
Hachette Book Group has launched Legacy Lit, a new imprint that will focus on books by BIPOC writers. The imprint will be led by Krishan Trotman, and will focus primarily on nonfiction titles, publishing 12-15 books a year starting in 2022.
The sudden end to the case comes after Barnes & Noble attorneys in September succeeded in knocking out Demos Parneros's claim of defamation, and just days before a scheduled pretrial conference on the parties' remaining claims.
The National Book Critics Circle has asked members to sign a Criticism Equity Pledge, which asks them to dedicate 30% of assignments to books by BIPOC authors.
The Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group is closing Imprint, a move that will eliminate six editorial positions and three in marketing.
A new creative endeavor from Hatch Escapes and director Arvind Ethan David turns the life story of Mary Shelley into a hybrid tabletop gaming experience rooted in serious storytelling.
In his long-awaited answer to the government's civil complaint, former national security adviser John Bolton denied that he broke any laws in publishing his bestselling memoir 'The Room Where It Happened.' But with a DoJ motion for Summary Judgment now pending before the court, it's unclear whether a jury will get the case any time soon.
At the all-virtual 2020 Frankfurter Buchmesse, publishers were largely keeping positive despite the hurdles presented by a challenging year.
When the internet was in its infancy, Fauzia Burke, a tech-savvy publicity and marketing professional, quit her publishing job and launch FSB Associates, a book publicity firm. 25 years later, it's clear she made the right call.
A little more than one year after it acquired Wildsam Field Guides, Arcadia Publishing has expanded the series through several initiatives, including the addition of new editors and the launch of new lines.
To highlight the publication of the new edition of 'The Cancer Journals' by Penguin Classics, Penguin Random House is partnering with the Black Women’s Health Imperative to connect the real-world impact of Audre Lorde’s work with the community that influenced it.
The Department of Justice this week filed suit against Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, a former friend of first lady Melania Trump, alleging that she violated a nondisclosure agreement by publishing a tell-all book, 'Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady.'
This fall, New York Review Books will publish new editions of two major works by the late postmodernist author William Gaddis, 'JR' and 'The Recognitions.'
Penguin Random House has partnered up with PEN America, Out of Print, and When We All Vote to launch Book the Vote, which the publisher describes as a "nonpartisan initiative to protect free speech and ensure every voter’s right to participate in elections."
In its 40th year, the American Book Producers Association has turned to virtual events to keep up with members and keep the industry informed.