A cyber attack that forced the U.S. division of Macmillan to take its computer systems offline since Saturday and kept the company from taking orders has also affected the U.K. operation.
Sales of books concerning reproductive rights began moving up when the draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked in May, and publishers are now working to meet demand following the June 24 decision by the Supreme Court that ended a constitutional right to an abortion.
The ongoing "security incident" with Macmillan's computer network will prevent the publisher from processing, receiving, placing, or shipping orders through at least June 28.
As ALA wraps up its annual meeting in Washington, D.C., we look back at our coverage of its 2012 event. Then as now, e-book lending was a divisive issue.
Fiona McCrae reflects on how a struggling small press became a literary powerhouse.
A pair of closely watched lawsuits in Virginia are now in the hands of a state judge after lawyers for two authors and publishers accused of violating an obscure state obscenity law asked the court last week to throw the cases out.
Viking Press took out a two-page ad in 'PW' in 1939 to keep sales rolling for John Steinbeck’s 'The Grapes of Wrath.'
The University of North Carolina Press has much to celebrate as it marks its 100th anniversary.
Over the past two years, the Oni-Lion Forge Publishing Group has faced the challenge of merging two independent comics publishers and dealing with the impact of the pandemic. Now its eyes are on what's on the horizon.
MTV Books, first launched in 1995 in partnership with Pocket Books, is now housed under the Branded Publishing Group at Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, and has a renewed focus on its page-to-screen pipeline.
Forefront Books has partnered with the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI) to launch a new joint publishing imprint in an effort "to establish a pathway for Black and Brown authors to write and publish a professional book with distribution into traditional retailers."
Zando has partnered with Crooked Media, the progressive media company founded in 2017 by former Barack Obama administration officials Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, and Tommy Vietor, on a new books imprint, which has acquired a new novel by Lydia Kiesling.
In June 1994, we reported on the firing of Simon & Schuster CEO Dick Snyder, who had been one of the most powerful people in the industry.
2022 marks the 100th anniversary of the publication of James Joyce’s 'Ulysses.' Here are six recently published books—and one soon-to-be-published one—geared toward deepening readers’ appreciation for Joyce and his masterwork.
Prospects for a new national, industrywide book business trade show to replace BookExpo are uncertain.
The insitution, which opened permanently in the fall of 2021 in Washington, D.C., may be the world’s first museum devoted to language as a concept and not as collected material.
Almost everything has changed for Washington publishers since the ALA last met in the city before the pandemic.