Following the splitting of their two imprints in December, Random House Canada publisher Sue Kuruvilla and Knopf Canada publisher Martha Kanya-Forstner have announced a number of roles for their team members.
Penguin Random House will allow independent bookstores in the United States to take an additional month to pay their invoices to the publisher, the company announced on Wednesday.
Asian American and Pacific Islander members of the book business have launched a social media campaign, #StandUpforAAPI, intended to raise awareness of the ongoing violence and hate incidents targeting AAPI communities.
Mensah Demary, who worked alongside Yuka Igarashi at Catapult since its early days, vows to broaden Soft Skull Press's reach after being promoted to editor-in-chief. He replaces Igarashi, who moved on to Graywolf Press.
Industry members share some recollections of life under lockdown.
Publishers discuss the demand for books on economic disparity and how it relates to race, gender, education, and social justice.
How Chronicle Books and North Atlantic Books got through an unprecedented year.
The Association of University Presses analyzed university press data from the most recent Diversity Baseline Survey of U.S. publishing from Lee & Low and found the university press segment severely lacking in diversity.
After 20 years at Quirk Books, Brett Cohen has left the indie publisher, prompting the promotion of Jhanteigh Kupihea to publisher and the return of company owner and founder David Borgenicht as president.
The surge in digital audiobook sales has helped numerous publishers grow in the last few years, and perhaps none has benefitted more than Podium Audio.
Five New England indie publishers posted 2020 gains by doing what they do best... with a couple of pivots.
Small Press Distribution announced Monday that executive director Brent Cunningham will step down following an internal investigative report released to employees by the association's board.
The publisher has announced that 'Freed' by E.L. James will be published on June 1, under the newly formed Bloom Books imprint.
Five Midwest independent publishers reported that sales fell this past spring, but then rebounded to varying degrees for each in the remainder of the year.
Patricia Engel's third novel, released on March 2 by Avid Reader Press, already has all the trappings of a charmed publication. It also has a moving pre-publication history.
Penguin Random House Audio has launched Ahab, a global online casting platform for voiceover actors in any business. The platform was originally developed as an internal tool for PRH's audiobook producers.
Columbia University Press, in collaboration with Howard University and Columbia University, is launching a new Black studies book series, with plans to also recruit and train students for the book industry.
The Ripped Bodice bookstore's fifth annual state of diversity in romance survey found some progress by publishers in signing more authors of color to write novels, but more work still needs to be done.
Literary publishing veteran Yuka Igarashi has been tapped by Graywolf Press as executive editor, lured away from Soft Skull Press. Igarashi will assume her new position on April 8, working remotely from Hawaii.
Sourcebooks has launched a new imprint company founder Dominique Raccah said will “expand what publishing can be for women authors.” E.L. James' backlist titles will become part of the imprint April 1. Pam Jaffee has joined Sourcebooks to help direct the imprint.