We look inside the bookish Northeast, where publishers with deep roots turn innovation into tradition.
Once upstarts, New England’s children’s publishers are now institutions.
The region’s publishers have a recipe for everyone.
The country’s changing mood is aiding New England’s spirituality publishers.
Three university presses find new ways to keep up with a changing market.
The seven-year-old company helps 15 million subscribers find their next books.
A Maine press focuses on quality and close relationships.
The audio publisher, which found fame with its 2015 release of 'The Martian', has moved from Toronto to Los Angeles and has a new CEO who sees rapid growth ahead.
The country's largest educational publishers have filed a lawsuit seeking to stop pirate sites from illegally selling their e-books and have won a temporary restraining order.
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B&N attorneys are moving ahead with a 'risky' bid to win summary judgment on two of the three claims filed by fired CEO Demos Parneros.
From student workshops and academic conferences to literary awards and book clubs, African American literary organizations work to support writers and readers.
Basic Books UK will be overseen by John Murray managing director Nick Davies, who will work with Basic Books in New York to jointly acquire eight to 12 titles annually.
More small strides were made in 2018 toward addressing issues of pay disparity and diversification of the workforce.
The indie publisher, which was designed to reflect the diversity of its Los Angeles hometown, celebrated its 25th anniversary this year.
For the third time since October, the parties have asked the court to hold off ruling on two pending motions while talks continue.
According to the annual VIDA Count, which analyzes gender parity at literary magazines, industry-wide improvement continues, even as the literary landscape continues to skew male in terms of publications.
Dover's decision to restructure its frontlist is being accompanied by layoffs that parent company LSC Communications said are needed to align its costs structure.
The publishing arm of ReaderLink has enjoyed solid gains over the past four years.
The European Union recently took a significant step to require e-books to be born accessible—and it probably won't mean anything until 2025, which is too little too late, writes Bill Kasdorf.