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HBG Launches Hachette Go

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Hachette's new imprint, to launch next March, will publish books in a variety of nonfiction categories that are geared to help readers change their lives for the better.

A House Author Gets His Due

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William Kent Krueger’s career arc is an example of what publishers claim they want to do but find it increasingly hard to accomplish: grow an author.

2019 NBA Finalists Announced

Publishers Weekly -

The finalists for the five categories have been named, and the winner in each category will be announced at a ceremony in New York City on November 20.

Biblioasis's 'Ducks' is an Unexpected Hit

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'Ducks, Newburyport' by Lucy Ellmann, a 1,040-page novel narrated in a single, unending sentence, is a surprise bestseller. Biblioasis, the North American publisher, has gone back to print twice to meet demand.

With New Leaders, Godine Poised to Grow

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David R. Godine, Publisher is in the midst of a transformation that includes 75-year-old David R. Godine stepping down as publisher at year’s end from the press that he founded five decades ago.

What’s Next for Audible Captions?

Publishers Weekly -

A federal judge is set to weigh in on whether the controversial audiobook program amounts to copyright infringement—and publishers are feeling good about their chances. But should they?

'NYT' Shifts Its Lists Again

Publishers Weekly -

The 'New York Times Book Review' is making a slew of changes to its bestseller lists, both in print and online, including a slimming of some of its print lists from 15 to 10 titles, and the return of two much-loved lists.

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