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    Macmillan Buys Self-Publishing Platform Pronoun

    The soup to nuts self-publishing platform originally founded as Vook will become a Macmillan company, and Pronoun's staff, of about 20, will be retained and relocated to Macmillan's New York City headquarters in the Flatiron Building.

  • Bookselling

    Bookstore News: May 26, 2016

    Indigo unveils its first concept store in Toronto; an indie author preps his store opening in Texas; and more.

  • Religion

    Three Different Books About Shame Titled ‘Unashamed’ Are Publishing This Spring

    Shame is a hot topic in the religion and spirituality world, and three new books share not only the subject, but their titles, as well.

  • Religion

    Religion and Spirituality Books Preview: June 2016

    A myth-busting book on angels, the latest from bestselling author Marianne Williamson, and a collection of writings on the Charleston church shooting in 2015 are some of the big religion and spirituality books publishing in June.

  • Bookselling

    Bookstore News: May 25, 2016

    North Carolina and Illinois add new bookstores; a Silicon Valley store is singled out for its tech prowess; and more.

  • Comics

    Comixology Launches Comics Subscription Service

    Comixology Unlimited offers subscription access to thousands of comics, graphic novels and manga from independent publishers—there are no titles from DC or Marvel—for $5.99 per month.

  • Obituaries

    Obituary: Former Macmillan Sales Rep, David Bertin

    Bertin, an Air Force veteran and longtime Macmillan sales representative covering the Mid-Atlantic region, died on May 6. He was 79.

  • Shows & Events

    Inaugural Little Free Library Fest Celebrates Reading, Community

    On Saturday, which also happened to be National Readathon Day, the Minneapolis nonprofit Little Free Library hosted its first-ever Little Free Library Festival, featuring book swaps and the building of 100 little free libraries.

  • Audio Books

    Digital Audio Drove 2015 Sales Gains

    Led by a 34% increase in sales of digital audio, sales of audiobooks rose 20% in 2015 over 2014, to an estimated $1.78 billion.

  • Bookselling

    Indie Publisher to Open Chicago Bookstore

    Chicago-based press Curbside Splendor will operate Curbside Books & Records inside the National, a 24,000-foot food hall opening in the Windy City this July.

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