Publishers discuss immigration and the role of book publishing in understanding the American experience.
Unit sales of print books dipped in the third quarter but are still up 11% for the year to date.
The Association of American Publishers released its final report on 2020 industry sales today and the figures show another flat year, with sales down 0.2% compared to 2019, slipping to $25.71 billion.
Melinda French Gates will launch Moment of Lift Books, a new nonfiction imprint, at Flatiron Books. The imprint's first three titles are due in 2023.
The Asian American Writers Workshop is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a series of signature digital events and a three-month fundraising campaign.
The ever-consolidating U.S. trade publishing market is increasingly characterized by five dominant publishers, scores of small presses, and few midsize players.
The bestselling, Hugo Award–winning science fiction series, which has reimagined the space opera and spawned an acclaimed television series, will wrap up this November with 'Leviathan Falls.'
Penguin Random House is offering enhanced two-day shipping for independent booksellers starting October 1 and running through March 1, 2022. The company is waiving the minimum-retail-value requirement for orders.
Planeta, the largest Spanish-language publisher in the world, is relaunching its publishing program in the U.S. The new division will be based in Miami and led by Cristóbal Pera, formerly editorial director of Vintage Español.
The injunction is the fourth successful action in two years for the group, known as the Educational Publishers Enforcement Group, which consists of Cengage, Elsevier, Macmillan Learning, McGraw Hill and Pearson.
In a deal that will see two of Hollywood's most powerful talent agencies come together, Creative Artists Agency (CAA) has agreed to purchase ICM Partners.
The My Struggle series author's first full novel since 2004’s 'A Time for Everything' has hit American shelves—and Knausgaard, his translator, and his publisher are all hoping it'll make a splash.
Simon & Schuster's Publishing Prologue program, which launched this summer, is aimed at reaching and recruiting young people interested in publishing.
Unit sales of print books fell 3.6% last week compared to 2020. The pattern was a familiar one—higher fiction sales offset by declines in nonfiction.
Hachette Book Group CEO Michael Pietsch told employees yesterday that employees will not be required to return to its offices until 2022. No official return date has been chosen.
In a Zoom chat with agents, Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle said that, following the approval of PRH's purchase of Simon & Schuster, editors at the two houses will be able to bid for the same book—even if they are the only publishers interested in the title.
'Gone Girl' author Gillian Flynn and screenwriter/producer Lena Waithe have agreed to work on their own imprints for former Crown publisher Molly Stern's new Zando publishing house.
The 'Fight Club' author will serialize a new novel, 'Greener Pastures,' in addition to short-form content exclusive to his newsletter, via the platform.
In separate filings, lawyers for Amazon and the Big Five publishers insist that there is no evidence of any coordination or agreement to fix prices, and, more to the point, that the alleged conspiracy itself—in which the five largest American trade publishers are alleged to have banded together to give Amazon monopoly power—simply makes no sense.
The New York-based publishing division of Hollywood's United Talent Agency is adding agents and making hits.