Roughly 100 unionized HarperCollins workers picketed the publisher's New York headquarters on July 20 as part of a one-day strike in their fight for a new contract.
On July 27, exactly two years to the date since she took over S&S's flagship imprint, Dana Canedy will step down from her position as senior v-p and publisher. Her predecessor, S&S president and CEO Jonathan Karp, will lead the imprint "for the foreseeable future."
The Blacksburg, Va.-based press has named two staff members copublishers after its cofounder and publisher, Carmen Giménez, was hired to run Graywolf Press.
This September, not far from Mount Rainier National Park, four authors will participate in a first-of-its-kind residency for U.S.-based Spanish-language writers.
Two high-profile veterans of corporate publishing enjoy the independent press life.
As HarperCollins union members prepare for a one-day strike on July 20, we look back at our coverage of a 1977 walkout at the publisher, which was then known as Harper & Row.
Astra Publishing House has acquired DAW Books, bringing a list of 2,000 science fiction and fantasy titles to the burgeoning New York–based, Chinese-owned publisher.
The reality show format offers amateurs and unknowns a chance to display their latent talent and work with mentors to nurture it in a competition charged with tension. Could the format work for writers, too?
In the first of a planned series of webinars focusing on branding as a metaphor for modern times, the American Institute of Graphic Arts hosted a conversation aimed at illuminating how books have become recognizable brands.
A week after authorizing a strike, some 250 unionized employees of HarperCollins said they will hold a one-day strike on July 20, seeking a "more accessible, equitable, and just workplace."
In May 1992, we profiled several feminist bookstores across the country. Many are still in business and are providing crucial info to customers in the wake of the Supreme Court’s recent decision overturning Roe.
Too much work, too little money, and career decisions made in response to health care precarity: this is the reality of people with disabilities in book publishing.
Beth and Miriam Parker might just be publishing’s most powerful sisters—and this summer, they're officially teaming up on Miriam’s latest novel, 'Room and Board,' for which Beth is heading up publicity.
The publisher of Noemi Press in Blacksburg, Va., will succeed Fiona McCrae, who just retired as publisher of Graywolf Press after 28 years.
After being shut down for more than a week because of a "security incident," Macmillan's warehouse has resumed its core operations and is now processing, shipping, and receiving orders.
Film production company New Regency has partnered with Insight Editions to form a publishing division producing large-format art and gift books based on New Regency's films and series, starting with Simon Abrams's 'The Northman: A Call to the Gods.'