It's a new day at the IPA, with Sheikha Bodour Al Qasimi of the United Arab Emirates the second woman, and first Arab woman, appointed president of the IPA since its founding in 1896.
The report, 'Immersive Media & Books 2020,' is the most ambitious project yet from the Panorama Project, the cross-industry research initiative chartered in 2018 by leading digital library vendor OverDrive.
Operating under the Black Creatives Fund banner, We Need Diverse Books is partnering with Penguin Random House on a series of programs designed to get more books by Black writers published.
Founded five years ago as a home for entrepreneurial authors, Radius Book Group has published dozens of successful nonfiction books. (Sponsored.)
Lawyers for a potential class of e-book consumers have asked a federal judge to consolidate four cases alleging an e-book price-fixing conspiracy among Amazon and the Big Five publishers.
It’s the Roaring ’20s all over again at Vintage Classics, which is making a bunch of old books now in the public domain new again.
Carsten Coesfeld took over as DK CEO days before Covid-19 shut down the publishing world.
PubWest announced that Miriam Warren of No Nonsense Fly Fishing Guidebooks has been elected president of its board of directors.
MVB U.S.'s Pubeasy added 882 client bookstores in 2020, bringing its total client list to nearly 4,000. A modernized platform will debut in March.
In The Desolations of Devil's Acre, Ransom Riggs welcomes readers one final time to a spine-tingling, hair-raising, era-spanning adventure with Miss Peregrine's peculiar children on the series' tenth anniversary.
Two athletes tell their inspiring story of standing up for gender equity. (Sponsored.)
The Independent Book Publishers Association board of directors has elected Patagonia Books director Karla Olson to her second term as board chair. A new slate of directors also has been nominated.
The initial complaint, first filed on January 14 by Seattle-based firm Hagens Berman, had portrayed the Big Five publishers as "co-conspirators" in the alleged price-fixing scheme but had named only Amazon as the defendant. The amended complaint, filed on February 4, now draws the publishers into the suit.
National Book Critics Circle board member Charles Finch has retracted his public criticism of author Brandon Taylor, a finalist for this year's John Leonard Prize, after an uproar about racism, bias, and conflict of interest.
In Firekeeper’s Daughter, debut author Angeline Boulley explores protagonist Daunis’s internal dilemmas over family legacy, personal tragedy and pursuing her own purpose in life, while making difficult decisions to keep her community safe.
Michelle Obama’s 'Becoming' will be released in a young reader’s edition and in trade paperback on March 2; originally published in 2018, the former First Lady’s memoir became a #1 international bestseller, with sales topping more than 15 million copies worldwide.
Publishers say there has long been demand for titles on women’s empowerment, but #MeToo and other social justice movements have created a sense of urgency around these books.
A children’s book editor and a writer look at what’s changed, and what hasn’t, since the 1995 publication of a groundbreaking 'Village Voice' article on the lack of diversity in book publishing.
Looking back at two decades of potboilers at the crime novel press.
Disney has named Sarah Weisinger as senior v-p, group publisher for Disney Publishing Worldwide. She has been with the company for 20 years and will oversee the publishing program for a variety of brands.