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  • Distribution: Bookmasters Signs I.B. Tauris

    Bookmasters has inked a deal with British independent nonfiction publisher I.B. Tauris. T

  • Blurb Debuts ‘Dream Team’ Skills Marketplace

    Blurb has recruited industry veterans Molly Barton and Richard Nash to a overseenew marketplace of skilled book professionals available to support new book projects.

  • Distribution: Consortium Adds Four

    Consortium Book Sales & Distribution, a member of the Perseus Books Group, has signed four new publisher clients: Alternative Comics, Cicada Books, Deep Vellum Publishing, and Postcart Editions.

  • Distribution: Bookmasters Adds Six

    Bookmasters has signed deals with six new publishers, for distribution in the United States and abroad.

  • Self-Published Books Topped 450,000 in 2013

    Although it comes with a number of caveats, Bowker's newest report reveals that the number of self-published titles rose again in 2013, increasing 16.5%, to 458,564.

  • Distribution: Lerner Adds Big & Small; MUP Picks Oxford

    Lerner Publisher Services has added Australian publisher Big & Small to its client list; Manchester University Press will be distributed by Oxford University Press USA in North and South America and Canada.

  • Distribution: IPG Signs 19 New Pubs

    Independent Publishers Group has added 19 new independent publishers to its client list.

  • Digital Printing for Every Stage in a Book’s Life

    Multinational publishers know that regional book editions increase their options for selling titles, especially in the education segment.

  • Distribution: IPS Signs Two

    Ingram Publisher Services has signed Magnet & Steel and In the Sports Zone, LLC to its list of publisher clients.

  • The Changing Book and Its Publishing Model

    With previously monolithic books now (mostly) digitized and disaggregated into chapters, objectives, tests, case studies and various metatagged bits, a different publishing model is emerging.

  • Blurb Teams with Ingram; Offers More Trade Services

    Blurb, the POD self-publishing platform, announced a global print distribution partnership with Ingram, new trim-size and wholesale discounts and lower-priced print production costs.

  • Printing in Hong Kong 2014

    Remember that production axiom—“Quality, turnaround, price: choose any two”?

  • Distribution: Open Road Adds Three

    The publishers include ISI Books, the imprint of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute; Abbey Press, a Catholic Publisher, and Liberty Island Media, publisher of conservative fiction.

  • Print Output Dipped in 2013

    The number of print books produced by traditional publishers fell about 1% in 2013, according to statistics released by R.R. Bowker.

  • Dundurn Switches to POD in the U.K.

    Toronto-based independent publisher Dundurn Press announced yesterday that it is switching its U.K. sales and distribution to Ingram Publisher Services and a print-on-demand system in the territory.

  • Distribution: Regan Arts Signs with S&S

    Simon & Schuster has entered into a sales and distribution agreement with Regan Arts, the new publishing and multimedia unit at Phaidon headed by Judith Regan.

  • Distribution: Midpoint Adds Influence

    Effective immediately, Midpoint Trade Books will distribute for Vancouver-based independent, Influence Publishing.

  • Distribution: NBN Signs Globe Pequot Press

    Following the purchase of Globe Pequot Press by Rowman & Littlefield, National Book Network (NBN) will distribute Globe Pequot Press, associated imprints and distribution clients beginning August 1.

  • Distribution: IPG Signs Six

    Independent Publishers Group has struck deals with six new publishers—two under IPG Distribution, and four under Trafalgar Square Publishing.

  • Distribution: Ingram Adds Three

    Ingram Publisher Services has added Actar Publishers, Plough Publishing House, and Publishing to its list of clients.

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