A federal judge on Saturday swiftly rejected the Department of Justice's motion for a temporary restraining order blocking publication of former national security adviser John Bolton's memoir 'The Room Where it Happened,' but suggested that Bolton still faces stiff penalties for his "unilateral" decision to push ahead with publication without a formal release from government reviewers.
After just a few years in business, LMBPN Publishing has more than 700 titles in its backlist and has expanded into new genres, formats, and languages—and its aggressive publishing model is keeping e-book readers happy.
A survey 'PW' conducted with indies found no plan for immediate return to offices and a trend of strong backlist sales.
In a response filed ahead of a hearing set for today, former national security adviser John Bolton accused the Trump administration of using the government’s prepublication review process to suppress his memoir, 'The Room Where It Happened.'
One week after the National Book Critics Circle released an anti-racism pledge following the publication, on Twitter, of an email critical of certain phrases in that pledge, a now-gutted NBCC board of directors has released a statement addressing how it intends to move forward.
Graywolf Press, located five miles from where George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis, is donating $25,000 from the sales of its books that address racism to five local organizations selected by junior staff.
At a meeting yesterday, the remaining members of the National Book Critics Circle's board of directors named a new temporary president and decided to put deliberations for its annual awards on hold as the organization regroups following a week of infighting and the exodus of more than half of its board members.
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Citing irreparable injury, the Department of Justice on Wednesday filed an emergency motion in federal court seeking a temporary restraining order to block publication of former national security adviser John Bolton's memoir 'The Room Where It Happened.'
The new program is aimed at promoting new books to independent booksellers in the absence of the numerous trade shows that have been postponed because of the coronavirus.
In a statement, Bolton's publisher, Simon & Schuster, said the suit was "the latest in a long-running series of efforts by the Administration to quash publication of a book it deems unflattering to the President."
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The turmoil that roiled the National Book Critics Circle last week continued throughout the weekend and into Monday morning as concerns over matters of race and privacy continue to split the organization's board of directors. As of press time, at least 13 members have resigned from the typically 24-member board.
Looking to showcase the popularity of Black literature, Amistad Press has launched the hashtag campaign #BlackoutBestsellerList and #BlackPublishingPower in an effort to support the work of Black authors and Black book professionals.
The staff and board of the Poetry Foundation said in an open letter that they are committed to "ongoing action in response to the call to dismantle white supremacy." The pledge came after an open letter highly critical of the Foundation's past treatment of marginalized was released and led to the resignations of the organization's president and board chair.
The IBPA speculates about what changes caused by the virus maybe permanent.
A day of solidarity could lead to more diversity throughout the book world.
A handful of members of the National Book Critics Circle's board of directors have resigned following the publication of an internal email sent by one of its members, former NBCC president Carlin Romano. The email was sent in response to the board's efforts to draft a statement in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and pledging to support writers and critics of color.
'So You Want to Talk About Race' saw its sales jump by 848% last week over the previous week as a number of other social justice–related titles also saw big sales bumps, helping to drive up total unit sales of print books by 6.8% over the week ended May 30.
The Book Industry Health Insurance Partnership announced an agreement with Lighthouse Insurance Group Solutions to provide its membership with information on health insurance options.