Mary Ann Naples will join Hachette Books as v-p and publisher effective April 22, succeeding the imprint's cofounder, Mauro DiPreta.
Capitalizing on trends has spurred growth at these houses.
Online publishing platform Medium will publish its first print book,'The Big Disruption,' next week.
In a partnership agreement that could serve as a model for academic publishing, Northern Illinois University Press will become an imprint of Cornell University Press beginning July 1.
A consortium of independent publishers led by Seven Stories Press has launched Indie Playlist, a program that provides discounts and cash rewards for independent booksellers who order from a rotating list of titles.
Amid a series of promotions, Independent Publishers Group announced a strategic expansion of its marketing and publicity services, including its publisher development team.
Strong digital audio and backlist sales kept four of the big five publishers in the black in 2018.
Led by gains in its juvenile nonfiction imprints, Independent publisher Sourcebooks reports an overall increase in sales of 17% in 2018.
Independent book publisher Rowman & Littlefield has acquired the publishing imprints of Finney Company, a 73 year-old publishing house based just outside Minneapolis, Minn.
Prodded by one of its largest shareholders, IDW Media Holdings is reviewing opportunities to monetize its contents via films and TV and has hired J.P. Morgan to assist in the review process which could lead to the sale of the company.
The results of the special counsel's investigation is the hottest manuscript in political publishing today, and Melville House is the latest press to announce plans to release it—but will go the mass market route.
Vermont-based Chelsea Green Publishing is now fully employee-owned, marking the completion of an eight-year transition initiated by founders Margo and Ian Baldwin.
Regnery Publishing had a good 2018, which president and publisher Marji Ross considered "peculiar" for one reason: three of its top-selling titles were by well-known political figures who wrote nonpolitical books.
Among its defenses, the company says its use of the term "Choose Your Own Adventure" in connection with the film is a fair use.
In a memo sent to Simon & Schuster employees, Jennifer Bergstrom, senior v-p and publisher of the Gallery Publishing Group, said that effective immediately, the Saga Press imprint, created in 2015, will move from the Children’s Publishing Group to Gallery.
Cambridge University Press, the 485-year-old academic publishing house, is expanding its presence in the North American trade book marketplace.
Norway is the latest European country to cancel its subscription deal with Elsevier, following Germany and Sweden. In a press release , the Norwegian…
Led by Mark Tauber, Chronicle Prism will focus on narrative, prescriptive, and inspirational nonfiction, according to Chronicle Books.
Looking to add another program to its growing lineup of book-driven podcasts, Macmillan Podcasts is turning to true crime, a longtime specialty at Macmillan’s St Martin’s Press division.
More than 100 years after his death in 1910, Samuel Clemens—better known as Mark Twain—still intrigues literary scholars. That's why a new three-book collection reconstructing Twain’s personal library is on its way.