In response to the surge in book-banning efforts across the country, the Authors Guild has teamed with the book club app Fable to launch the virtual monthly Banned Books Club.
Macmillan Learning has announced receipt of a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to research and test how digital courseware can help close equity gaps in course completion for underserved students.
Julie Schaper, a veteran of the small press distribution world, has seen it all—and lived to tell the tale.
Born of necessity—or as a last resort—self-publishing is now the preferred choice of millions of authors, writes ‘BookLife’ reviews editor Alan Scherstuhl
Peter Osnos, journalist turned publisher, explains how policy, planks, and platforms become books.
Former Regnery Publishing president Marji Ross argues that conservative publishers, after finding their voice and audience, now face challenges to being heard.
Black Classics Press founder W. Paul Coates on the legacy of Marcus Garvey in publishing and bookselling.
The v-p and executive editor at Alfred A. Knopf shares why he rejects the ubiquitous acronym.
Tracy Sherrod, the former v-p and editorial director of Amistad, on Black books, discourse, commerce, and the American racial reckoning.
David Unger, director of the Publishing Certificate Program at the City College of New York, highlights how Black Lives Matter woke up the publishing industry.
Three voices on the challenge of making publishing less white and more representative of the world at large.
For 150 years, publishing has been the site where this question is vigorously debated, writes ‘PW’ veteran Gayle Feldman.
Diane Wachtell, executive director of prominent progressive publisher the New Press, reflects on how the press carved out a place for itself in publishing.
Consolidation in 1989, and consolidation in 2022, is not as bad as one man once thought, the recently-retired publishing veteran writes.
Michael Coffey, editor-in-chief of our 150th anniversary issue, introduces the many, many pages you're about to read.
Turning the spotlight onto 25 seriously consequential individuals whose mark on the industry as we know it today is indelible.
Honoring a handful of ‘PW’ stalwarts who became significant forces in the industry they served.
Remembering the roster of people who were deemed to have “shaped publishing” during the first 125 years of our magazine's existence.
Consolidation in the book business, despite challenges, has continued unabated over the past quarter of a century.
A steady flurry of mergers and acquisitions has dominated the book publishing sector since the 1990s, although for the moment, the next big M&A move—PRH purchasing S&S—is on pause.