The BISG annual meeting, held April 26 at the Harvard Club in New York City, opened with a panel focused on the challenge of meeting demands for paper and printing after a year of dramatic declines in paper capacity in 2018.
Although serial entrepreneur Rufus Griscom has a background in books, he had no intention of getting into the book business when he launched a new venture, Heleo, in 2015. With the Next Big Idea Club, that's changed.
At a New York City Meals on Wheels location, volunteers delivered food to those in need.
Ibram Kendi, who received the 2016 National Book Award for his book 'Stamped From the Beginning,' has launched the first National Antiracist Book Festival, to be held April 27 at American University in Washington, D.C.
Dzanc Books responded to a week of controversy aroused by a new release, 'Siege of Tel Aviv,' by reverting the rights back to the author, Hesh Kestin.
The Law&Crime network, an on demand and live streaming network focused on trials and legal commentary, is launching a publishing unit and has signed with Simon & Schuster for worldwide sales representation and distribution.
Skyhorse Publishing is stepping up its presence in crime fiction with the launch of Arcade CrimeWise. The imprint will launch its first titles this fall.
F or a few years now, higher-ed versions of Shark Tank have been popping up on campuses and at academic conferences. The sessions follow the model of the…
People of Color In Publishing and We Need Diverse Books teamed up for a town hall this month that shows how far publishing has come regarding diversity—and how much further it needs to go.
Smith, currently director of the Cornell University Press, succeeds Steve Cohn, who is retiring after serving as director of the press since 1993, effective July 1.
In the new fiscal year, CEO David Steinberger has made a number of new hires and promotions, set in motion plans to outsource Arcadia's warehousing operation, and will continue to seek acquisitions of regional publishers.
Under the program, readers who buy PRH books in any format will be able to collect points for purchases made at online or physical stores. After they collect 120 points, customers are eligible to receive a free book.
Tiller Press will publish books on wellness, self-expression, empathy, food and cooking, diet, parenting, home, workplace, play, creativity, travel, fan culture, and civic engagement.
The Modern Library Torchbearers series is an ongoing collection of trade paperbacks meant to "honor a more inclusive vision of classic books" beginning this May.
Following news that the U.S. Department of Justice is due to release a redacted version of the Mueller report, publishers are preparing to race to the presses to get their versions of the book on the shelves.
Princeton Architectural Press has reached an agreement with Italian lifestyle brand Moleskine to become the licensed publisher and distributor of Moleskine Books.
Facing public criticism over a ban on sending free books to prison inmates, the Washington Department of Corrections has backed down and partially rescinded the ban. Advocates for prison inmates call the new policy "insufficient" and continue to negotiate with DOC officials.
Nightfire is the name of a new horror imprint coming from Tom Doherty Associates in early 2021.The imprint will publish across all areas of horror and in a range of formats.
In the expanding world of podcasting there may yet be space for the printed word. That’s the hypothesis of a team of podcasting and publishing professionals who came together to produce the podcast Ways of Hearing in 2017 and then transformed it into a book with the same name.
The Banned Books Week Coalition, an alliance of institutions in support of the annual anti-censorship event, has announced plans for this year’s Banned Books Week, subtitled "Censorship Leaves Us in the Dark," to be held September 22–28.