The St. Paul–based publisher, launched in 1901, celebrates its 120th birthday this year—and its status as one of the largest spirituality publishers in the world.
The Authors Guild's virtual panel "Centering Black Voices: Short-Term Progress or Sustainable Change?," held on July 27, offered a wide-ranging examination of the history and potential of the book industry’s continuing struggle to address diversity.
The U.S. Department of Labor's American Time Use survey found that the time Americans spent reading daily increased 21% in the May-December period in 2020 over the comparable period in 2019, rising to about 20 minutes per day.
Penguin Random House announced this morning that the upcoming collection of poetry by Amanda Gorman is now titled 'Call Us What We Carry.' It will be released on December 7, and will feature new works as well as her inauguration poem, 'The Hill We Climb.'
Publishers discuss producing books that celebrate the breadth and diversity of Asian American and Pacific Islander experiences.
Dark fantasy author Scarlett St. Clair will join Bloom Books, which will publish her new novel 'King of Battle and Blood,' along with her complete backlist and forthcoming new books.
The following is a listing of new and forthcoming titles on the history, culture, and contemporary lives and issues of Asian American and Pacific Islanders.
Workman expects full-time employees to work in the office twice a week starting in September. Anyone working in the office will need to be vaccinated.
The value channel has been one of the fastest-growing sectors in retail over the past decade in general, if not for books. But opportunities exist—if publishers can make the economics work.
As some book business events go live, publishers take steps to hit the road.
In a complaint filed in April, Sherman claims that the Bent Agency is withholding commissions owed him. But in a counterclaim, the Bent Agency is seeking to claw back monies paid to Sherman, alleging gross misconduct.
A recent decision in a battle over tariffs imposed by the Trump Administration on imports from China may make it possible for publishers to receive a refund on some of those fees—if the lawsuit challenging those tariffs is won by the plaintiffs.
Barnes & Noble and Reese's Book Club both pick 'The Paper Palace,' BuzzFeed picks the buzzy 'The Atmospherians,' and more in this month's book club picks.
Penguin Random House will begin to reopen its offices September 13, and will require all employees and visitors entering its buildings to be fully vaccinated.
Lawyers for a potential consumer class alleging an e-book price-fixing conspiracy among Amazon and the Big Five publishers told the court this week that they will oppose an expected bid to delay discovery in the case.
Doug Lockhart will oversee sales and marketing at HCCP in the newly created role of senior v-p for sales and centralized marketing.
In a filing this week, Amazon and the Big Five publishers said the plaintiffs' claims of an e-book price-fixing conspiracy are "implausible."
Three years after the death of Overlook cofounder Peter Mayer and Abrams' purchase of the publisher, Abrams is looking to mark the 50th anniversary of the press with a number of new initiatives—just as Mayer would have wanted.
The Chicagoland publisher is dipping its toes into the multimedia market—even as it expands its workforce and works to fix the practices that hurt its relationships with a number of its authors last year.
Hachette Book Group CEO Michael Piestch revealed plans for staff to return to work at HBG offices in September under a hybrid working model.