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PRH Creates Reader Loyalty Program

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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.

S&S Forms New Nonfiction Imprint

Publishers Weekly -

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.

Publishers Rush to Release Mueller Report

Publishers Weekly -

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.

Washington Partially Rescinds Prison Book Ban

Publishers Weekly -

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a ban on sending free books to prison inmates, the Washington Department of Corrections has backed down and partially rescinded the ban.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.

MIT Book Explores Ties Between Books and Podcasts

Publishers Weekly -

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.