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  • Lucky Spool Partners with Taunton

    The deal, which went into effect on December 15, calls for Taunton to provide sales, marketing, and distribution for Lucky Spool's books.

  • The Next Generation of Custom Textbooks

    A number of new developments and new technologies suggest that custom textbook publishing is on the cusp of a boom not seen since the early 1990s.

  • Distribution: S&S and Reader's Digest Expand

    Simon and Schuster and Reader's Digest announced an agreement where S&S will handle sales and fulfillment for all adult titles published by Reader's Digest.

  • Distribution: S&S, Victory Belt Agree

    Effective February 8, S&S will handle world-wide sales and distribution for all new and backlist titles.

  • S&S Reorganizes Adult Production Department

    Simon & Schuster has created a new structure in its adult production and manufacturing division that will integrate the design and creation of e-books into the earliest stages of its overall production process.

  • Distribution: Ingram Signs Seven

    Including Arcas, Post Hill Press, and Le French Book.

  • Distribution: Consortium Adds Nicholas Brealey

    Effective January 1, Consortium, a member of the Perseus Books Group, will begin distributing titles for nonfiction publisher Nicholas Brealey. Consortium will handle U.S. and Canada distribution for Nicholas Brealey, which holds offices in both Boston and London.

  • Digital Printing Moves Beyond the Long Tail

    There have been great advances in short-run digital printing (SRDP) and print-on-demand (POD) technologies over the last decade.

  • Le French Book Signs With Ingram

    Le French Book, a startup focused on bringing bestselling French mysteries and thrillers to English language speakers, has struck a deal with Ingram to distribute its print list.

  • Distribution: IU Press Joins Ingram

    Indiana University Press has moved its U.S. and Canadian book distribution to Ingram Publisher Services.

  • Distribution: IPM Adds Five

    International Publishers Market announced partnerships with five new presses, effective January 2014.

  • Distribution: Midpoint Signs Twelve

    Midpoint Trade Books has brought on 12 publishers over the last three months.

  • IPG Adds 13 Clients

    Independent Publishers Group has added 13 independent presses to it client roster.

  • Self-Publishing Output Jumped 59% in 2012

    A new analysis of ISBN data by Bowker found that the number of self-published books in 2012 rose 59% over 2011, growing to over 391,000 titles.

  • Distribution: Chronicle Renews with Moleskine

    The agreement runs through December 2017.

  • Distribution: Knox Robinson Partners with Midpoint Trade

    Effective immediately, Midpoint Trade will distribute Knox Robinson's print and digital books in the U.S. and Canada.

  • Firebrand Signs Courier Corporation

    Courier's publishing brands, including Dover Publications, Research & Education Association, and Creative Homeowner will use Firebrand's platforms for digital distribution.

  • A Hybrid Market

    With recent data suggesting that the book industry is now a hybrid market where e-books and print books will live side-by-side, PW has begun a series of articles on how that reality will affect the entire publishing supply chain. To read the first article click here.

  • Reinventing Book Printing Toward a Hybrid Market

    Even though the physical book market is more unpredictable than ever, “print is here to stay,” declares Stuart Applebaum, spokesman for Penguin Random House.

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