Bookwire, the international e-book and audiobook distribution platform, is launching its services in the U.S.
Author Elin Hilderbrand and publisher Little, Brown have come under fire for a passage in Hilderbrand's new book, 'Golden Girls,' that some readers on social media are calling anti-Semitic.
At its annual meeting yesterday, AAP chair Brian Napack and association CEO Maria Pallante promised that AAP would continue to fight against forces that seek to erode copyright protection.
On June 3, New Directions will join with one of its closest partners, City Lights Booksellers, in the first of three celebratory events to honor the 85th year of its founding.
Through its global print partner network, HP offers publishers a more economic, sustainable, and resilient way to do business. (Sponsored)
Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle and organizational psychologist Adam Grant take a look at the publishing industry as it emerges from the pandemic into an uncertain new economic reality.
Haymarket Books has acquired the rights to publish the third edition of Black Liberation activist and scholar Angela Davis's autobiography, originally published in 1974. The book will be released in October with a new introduction by Davis.
The fledgling full-length fiction imprint of M.J. Rose and friends' Evil Eye Concepts is spreading its wings, with social media word-of-mouth driving remarkably strong sales for a new fantasy series by Jennifer L. Armentrout.
Canadian online writing platform Wattpad announced the launch of W by Wattpad Books, a new adult imprint focused on commercial fiction. It will publish its first five titles in 2022.
Doubleday and Anchor Books have acquired North American rights for two new political thrillers by Georgia politician Stacey Abrams. Both of the new novels will feature Avery Keene, the star of Abrams's latest novel, 'While Justice Sleeps.'
Simon Element, led by Richard Rhorer, will publish its first list next spring. Doris Cooper, most recently of Clarkson Potter, is among the imprint's new editors.
Sales at Educational Development Corp. jumped 81% in the fiscal year ended February 21, 2021 and earning increased 125%.
An array of titles offers mothers advice, encouragement, wisdom, and a lot of inspiration. (Sponsored)
Driven by demands for historical clarity, inclusion, variety, and authenticity, the marketplace for titles by and about Indigenous peoples is changing and growing.
As HarperCollins prepares to integrate Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's trade division, the group's name—and 150 years of trade publishing history—will fade away.
Gayl Jones has not published a book in 20 years, but her publisher, Beacon Press, is determined to make up for lost time, releasing five books by the influential author over the next two years—including the new novel 'Palmares' this September.
Harper Celebrate will publish books geared toward seekers of inspiration, motivation, and peace of mind.
BIPOC employees represented 47.8% of new hires by the Hachette Book Group in 2020, and the percentage of titles acquired from BIPOC authors and illustrators increased to 29%, from 22%. CEO Michael Pietsch acknowledged that despite the improvement, much more work needs to be done.
Roxane Gay picks Kaitlyn Greenidge's latest, Jenna Bush enters the 'Great Circle,' Barnes & Noble vibes with Chris Bohjalian, and more.
Ten Speed Press and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University, better known as the “d.school," are collaborating on a 12-book series focusing on creativity and design. The first title will be published this fall.