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  • News Briefs: Week of May 25, 2015

    Harlequin Launches Audio Imprint and more.

  • Printing and Publishing at Black Classic Press

    37 years ago W. Paul Coates founded Black Classic Press, an independent publisher of classic works of African American history and scholarship. 20 years ago, he launched BCP Digital Printing, a short run book printing operation instrumental in keeping the publishing side alive.

  • Will Author Solutions Case Go Class Action?

    With legal briefs now filed, attorneys for the author plaintiffs argue that a common question merits class action status: “Did [Author Solutions] engage in a fraudulent scheme to sell authors worthless marketing services?”

  • News Briefs: Week of May 18, 2015

    First-quarter sales declined and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • Coloring Books Grow Up

    Publishers hustle to meet demand for the newest craze: coloring books for adults.

  • A Century of Alfred A. Knopf

    In its 100-year history, Knopf has had only three people at the helm—Alfred A. Knopf, Robert Gottlieb, and current editor-in-chief Sonny Mehta.

  • 'Clinton Cash,' 'Selfish' Hit the List

    'Clinton Cash' and 'Selfish' both landed in the top 15 adult nonfiction bestsellers, according to data released by Nielsen BookScan on Wednesday.

  • Kensington Adds Imprints to Digital-First Line

    Lyrical Shine will focus on contemporary romance, while Lyrical Underground will include thriller, mystery, and horror titles.

  • Lonely Planet to Launch Mag in U.S.

    The inaugural issue of the magazine, to be a quarterly, will be available in print and digital beginning September 2, circulated to 450,000.

  • Melville House Touts 'Lost' Memoir About WWII Exodus

    The Brooklyn-based indie is hoping to make waves with the first English language edition of Leon Werth's memoir, '33 Days,' about the grueling trek he and over eight million Jews made, in 1940, fleeing Paris and the advancing German army.

  • News Briefs: Week of May 11, 2015

    Macmillan to offer audiobooks to libraries via Hoopla and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • Mixed Signals From Three Publishers

    First-quarter reports from three of the largest U.S. trade houses gave mixed messages about the state of book publishing at the start of 2015.

  • Amazon Publishing Marches On

    Amazon Publishing may have scaled back its plans to have a major New York City trade publishing presence, but the company still continues to expand its overall operation.

  • Encountering George Braziller

    After a long and distinguished career that began in the 1930s, legendary independent publisher George Braziller recently decided to write a book of his own.

  • Self-Pub Startup Gatekeeper Offering 100% Royalty

    Self-Publishing platform Gatekeeper Press offers e-book and POD print publication as well as distribution via all major e-book retailers.

  • Digital Printing Gets the Nod from OUP

    Oxford University Press has appointed Hong Kong-based CTPS to provide end-to-end digital solutions.

  • Off Strong 2014, Skyhorse Reorgs & Promotes Multiple Staffers

    Skyhorse Publishing announced a series of promotions as phase one of a company-wide reorganization following record revenue growth in 2014.

  • News Briefs: Week of May 4, 2015

    Murphy succeeding Katz as head of HC Children’s and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • Harper360 Turns U.K. Cookbook Into U.S. Hit

    In March 2015, British singer Sam Smith took to Instagram to tell his 3.6 million followers that one woman, Amelia Freer, had changed his life with her book, "Eat. Nourish. Glow.," which he credited with his recent weight loss.

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