Publishers are creating new vehicles and refreshing older ones to find new readers. (Sponsored.)
Similar to the claims made in a concurrent e-book price-fixing case, the suit turns on Amazon’s use of Most Favored Nation clauses in its contracts with the Big Five publishers, which, lawyers claim, “have the intent and effect of controlling wholesale prices of print trade books and preventing competition with Amazon in the retail sale of print trade books.”
The new imprint’s books chronicle the adventures of some of the most- loved characters from science fiction, fantasy, and video games. (Sponsored)
The new Christian imprint aims to inspire and transform readers—and help them foster a more open, just, and compassionate world. (Sponsored)
A publishing company known for its crafting titles expands into fiction and looks to the future. (Sponsored)
Forty-nine-year-old imprint Dundurn Press—one of Canada’s largest independent book publishers—has just unveiled a rebrand that establishes the imprint’s new vision and new logo. (Sponsored)
In autumn 2020, Enchanted Lion announced Unruly, a new imprint dedicated to picture books created with older readers in mind.(Sponsored)
Imagine Books has been part of the Charlesbridge catalog since 2010, but now has a dynamic new focus, thanks to editorial director Kevin Stevens.
With four new children’s imprints, Imagine and Wonder strives to help young readers better understand the world while helping them engage with social issues. (Sponsored)
As the publishing industry continues to grapple with its lack of diverse books and authors, Köehler Books Publishing has stepped up to fill the gap for emerging Latino authors. (Sponsored)
The publisher’s new imprint will offer independent young adult readers authentic, universal stories of personal struggle. (Sponsored)
With the Launch of Imprint 27, Nobrow Press Begins a New, Collaborative Chapter. (Sponsored)
With PalomIno Press, Skyhorse aims to broaden the world of romantic fiction. (Sponsored)
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Cool Springs Press, which has grown from its beginning as a regional press to an internationally recognized publisher of lifestyle bestsellers. (Sponsored)
The new imprint from AfterShock Comics will offer graphic works in a variety of genres, all aimed at young adult readers. (Sponsored)
A new imprint from Steerforth promotes books that offer open, thoughtful explorations of challenging topics and issues. (Sponsored)
The new imprint from Viz Media offers readers fresh voices and new storytelling formats. (Sponsored)
The imprint carries a unique and targeted marketing program that transforms its books into bestsellers. (Sponsored)
Book business workers at a number of bookstores, publishers, and literary publicity firms have declared a Book Workers Day of Solidarity on March 26 in support of Amazon workers organizing to form a union in Bessemer, Ala.
John Yates, president, publisher, and CEO of University of Toronto Press, announced that he will be retiring from the publisher for personal reasons.