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  • After Ferrante Controversy, Her Publisher Focuses on New Titles

    With the recent outing of Elena Ferrante's identity grabbing headlines, her American publisher, Europa Editions, is mounting a timely celebration to push two new books by the bestselling Italian author.

  • Springsteen's 'Born to Run' Bosses Bestseller List

    Bruce Springsteen's memoir sold more than 117,000 print copies in its first week on sale, making it the top selling title for the week ended October 2.

  • Bookstore News: October 5, 2016

    James Patterson wishes booksellers a "Merry Christmas"; Amazon gets one step closer to opening its fourth bookstore; two bookstores prep for Indiana openings; and more.

  • NBF to Conduct Translation Study

    The National Book Foundation will conduct a study of translation in the United States. The study will be funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

  • Luxury Condo Developer Buys Three Lives Building

    With its building up for sale, the fate of the beloved bookstore in New York City’s West Village seemed uncertain. Now it's likely the store will have to relocate following the recently completed sale of its current location.

  • PRH’S 2-Day Transit Shipping Program Returns

    Penguin Random House’s annual indie bookselling initiative is launching one month earlier than in years past and extends for five months, through Valentine's Day.

  • A Look Inside an Amazon Pop-Up

    Amazon has opened 26 pop-up stores at malls in 13 states, and it's projected the retailer will have 100 of these locations open by next year. We take a look inside one of these pop-ups, at the Natick Mall in Natick, Mass.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending September 25, 2016

    PW's weekly look at print book sales powered by Nielsen Bookscan.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: October 3, 2016

    ‘Atlas Obscura,’ based on the popular website of the same name, lands at #4 in Hardcover Nonfiction. Plus Chinese SF author Cixin Liu closes out his Remembrance of Earth’s Past trilogy with a bestseller debut, a pair of Stanford University professors bring design principles to life, and much more.

  • How Readerlink Became the Main Book Distributor to Non-Bookstore Retailers

    In the five years since Dennis Abboud bought Levy Home Entertainment, the company, rebranded as Readerlink, has become the leading distributor of books to Target, Walmart, and other huge non-trade outlets.

  • Niche Bookstores Find Their Way

    After seeing their numbers decline dramatically, surviving specialty bookstores are finding new ways to thrive.

  • Sales of Adult Titles Up, Slightly, in April

    According to figures from the AAP's Statshot Program, adult sales climbed a tiny 0.1% in the month, over the same period last year, while sales of children's books for the period were up 12.8%.

  • Bookstore News: September 30, 2016

    An Oregon shop trashes 'Portlandia;' an African-American bookstore preps to open in Texas; SIBA plans its Pat Conroy celebration; and more.

  • iBooks Bestsellers: The 'Train' Remains

    'The Girl on the Train' by Paula Hawkins remains #1 on the iBooks Bestseller list this week, followed by Harlan Coben's 'Home.'

  • Bookstore News: September 28, 2016

    An old building preps for a new bookstore in Michigan; a long-time Oregon bookeller turns to Indiegogo; a California college store weighs the advantages of outsourcing; and more.

  • What's Selling at Harleysville Books

    Catching her breath after the summer vacation scramble, settling into a new and larger location, and gearing up for the fall book fair season, Stephanie Steinly, owner of Harleysville Books in Harleysville, Pa., shared word of books that are moving briskly in her store.

  • Bookstore News: September 26, 2016

    A California bookstore expands; stores in Rhode Island and Oregon get ready to sell; a bookstore marks its first seven decades; and more.

  • Monthly StatShot, March 2016

    Sales of adult books fell 10.3% in the first quarter of 2016 compared to the first period of 2015, and sales of children’s/YA dipped 2.1%, according to figures released by the AAP’s StatShot program.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending September 18, 2016

    PW's weekly look at print book sales powered by Nielsen Bookscan.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: September 26, 2016

    ‘The Hidden Life of Trees,’ already a hit in the author’s native Germany, debuts at #6 on our Hardcover Nonfiction list. Plus graphic novelist Raina Telgemeier has the #6 book in the country overall with ‘Ghosts,’ memoirs from the worlds of broadcast TV, sports, and music step into the limelight, and much more.

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