With print-on-demand technology, environmentally friendly inks, sustainable paper choices, and a global reach, HP is looking to help publishers lower their carbon footprints. (Sponsored)
With Hyperion Avenue, the media giant gets back into adult publishing and makes a new effort to find books that can take advantage of its myriad platforms.
The fetishization of books as a vibe sells iPhone cases that look like leatherbound tomes and clothing with literary designs. But does it actually sell books? Book business insiders weigh in.
A new book chronicles Ingram Content Group’s 50-year evolution into the country’s largest book wholesaler, print-on-demand printer, and independent book distributor.
Simon & Schuster will not distribute a book by Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, one of two Louisville, Ky., police officers that shot six bullets that killed Breonna Taylor. The book's publisher, Post Hill Press, is a distribution client of S&S.
The Doubleday division of Penguin Random House is expanding its nonfiction list to include wellness and self-help titles. The first titles are expected to be published in 2023.
In a brief order judge Gregory Woods said the move, which is common in consumer class action cases, will bring "efficiency and economy" to what is "likely to be expensive and complicated litigation."
Zando, launched by former Crown publisher Molly Stern six months ago, announced its first acquisition, a reference guide written by a prominent psychiatrist affiliated with the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Haymarket Books has come under scrutiny in the last week over a recently announced anthology that critics say badly misjudges the wants of the disability community.
By most accounts, 2020 was not a good year for publishers’ sales representatives. But with the number of vaccinations rising and schools and businesses beginning to reopen in much of the country, reps are optimistic about the future. Still, things won't be quite the same.
Fable is a new platform for online book clubs that allows users to join a book club moderated by an expert, author, or influencer, or start their own club.
This month's selections range from B&N's choice of 'The Five Wounds' by Kirstin Valdez Quade to Oprah's Book Club's selection of Marilynne Robinson's 'Gilead' novels.
The AAP general counsel calls Maryland's e-book bill an "unprecedented government intervention into the manner and terms by which authors and publishers distribute valuable works of fiction and nonfiction to the public."
During yesterday's Publishing Now ’21: Looking Forward webinar, hosted by Westchester Publishing Services and 'PW,' industry insiders discussed the business trends that have emerged since the pandemic hit and what strategies publishers are adopting to move forward in 2021.
Tin House Books and Microcosm Press relied on virtual events and direct-to-consumer initiatives to survive a tumultuous 2020. The pivot paid off.
The two-year-old Oakland, Calif.-based "partnership publisher" is hoping to disrupt the publishing industry's traditional models.
Publerati is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and publisher Caleb Mason says the Portland, Maine–based press is well positioned for a second decade of success—all by staying small.
ACMRS Press, the publishing division of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, is publishing all 39 of Shakespeare's plays, translated into modern English to make them more accessible to contemporary audiences.
Employees at Duke University Press announced they have formed Duke University Press Workers Union, a new unit of The NewsGuild, in an effort to negotiate better compensation, longer family leave and other changes.
Launching in April, Little Genius Books is an independent publisher of children’s books that will offer a diverse range of board books, picture books, activity books, nonfiction, novelty books, and more. (Sponsored)