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  • Melville House Partners with Indie Bookseller on Obama Book

    The indie publisher, working with the Harvard Bookstore, will release a book of the farewell speeches of the former President and First Lady on March 28.

  • Milo Yiannopoulos's 'Dangerous': a Timeline

    All our coverage of the controversy surrounding former Breitbart pundit Milo Yiannopoulos's book 'Dangerous,' which was slated for publication by Simon & Schuster, until it was cancelled after video surfaced in which the author appeared to condone pedophilia.

  • Simon & Schuster Cancels Milo Yiannopoulos's Book

    After enduring withering criticism since it was revealed in late December that it planned to publish a book by controversial Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos, Simon & Schuster said late Monday that it has canceled the release of 'Dangerous.'

  • Knopf to Publish Memoir of a Father’s Loss

    Jayson Greene's memoir of grieving after his two-year-old daughter's death, 'Once More We Saw Stars,' will be published in 2019.

  • PRH Employees Unite for Company Week

    In what may have been the industry's biggest-ever team-building program, more than 1,400 Penguin Random House employees took part in PRH’s first Company Week.

  • Lyons Press Partners with History Channel on New Series

    Lyons Press is partnering with A+E Networks to publish a series of illustrated titles based on the History channel’s 'Breaking History' programs.

  • Upcoming Little, Brown Title Spreads the Seeds of Change

    With his upcoming book 'Never Out of Season' (Little, Brown), biologist Rob Dunn is prepared to fight to squash global hunger.

  • Holt Takes Up Elizabeth Warren's 'Fight'

    The publisher's Metropolitan Books imprint will publish 'This Fight Is Our Fight' by Senator Elizabeth Warren on April 18, Henry Holt president and publisher Stephen Rubin has announced.

  • New Rushdie, Two Grishams from RH This Year

    Random House will publish Salman Rushdie's 'The Golden House' in September and Doubleday will release John Grisham novels in June and October.

  • 'Boston Review' Launches Bookazine Program

    'Boston Review' has merged its magazine and book publications into quarterly bookazines in a bid to offer focused, thematic content to readers.

  • Authors Guild Calls for 'Vigilance In These Not Normal Times'

    In a statement on the group's website, the Authors Guild has called the current political climate a time "when writers have a particularly important role to play" in the preservation of democracy.

  • Scognamiglio Gets Imprint at Kensington

    John Scognamiglio Books will release four to six hardcovers per year starting in January 2018.

  • Kickstarter Hits $100 Million Mark for Publishing, Adds New Countries, New Tools in 2016

    Since its launch in 2009, Kickstarter has raised over $100 million for publishing projects, $21 million of which was raised in 2016.

  • Media Sales Rose 7.5% in 2016 at Amazon

    Total media sales increased 7.5% in 2016 at Amazon, hitting $22.2 billion. Media now represents only 17.6% of total revenue at the company.

  • Fox Chapel Acquires Lumina Books Division

    The nonfiction publisher has acquired Lumina Media's book division and will launch a new imprint, CompanionHouse Press, to market the new line of books and products.

  • NYC Announces One Book, One New York Program

    New York City has announced its One Book, One New York program, which will encourage residents of each of the five boroughs to read the same book once the title is announced in March.

  • S&S Nabs Hillary Clinton's Personal Essays

    Simon & Schuster has acquired world rights in all formats to a yet-to-be-titled new book by Hillary Rodham Clinton that will reflect on her experiences during the 2016 presidential election. The book is slated to publish under the S&S trade imprint in fall 2017.

  • Lit Agents Call for Submissions from Muslim Writers

    Following President Trump's executive order suspending refugee admission to the U.S. and restricting immigration from seven Muslim countries, some agents have announced a collective open call for submissions by Muslim writers.

  • WI12: Indie Publishers Launch Advocacy Organization

    Dan Simon of Seven Stories Press and Tom Hallock of Beacon Press are leading the effort to form an advocacy organization to support and promote independent presses in a rapidly changing industry,

  • Christopher Kimball Returns to Cookbook Publishing

    After a very public falling out with America's Test Kitchen, Kimball is back with a new multimedia brand that will begin publishing cookbooks this fall.

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