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  • Square One Enters the Fiction Market

    Best known for publishing nonfiction books in such areas as alternative medicine, the indie publisher is trying its hand at fiction after acquiring the rights to five novels by James Misko.

  • Doubleday to Publish New Dan Brown Novel in 2017

    The author of international bestsellers including 'Inferno,' 'Angels & Demons,' and 'The Da Vinci Code,' will publish a new Robert Langdon novel, 'Origin,' next September.

  • Incoming BISG Director's First Job: Implement the New Strategic Plan

    Brian O'Leary was just named executive director of BISG, and will be charged with implementing the organization's recently created strategic plan.

  • Industry Vet Weise Brings Charlesbridge's Imagine Imprint Into Focus

    After 20 years in publishing, Don Weise is working with Charlesbridge to rebrand and reimagine its adult imprint.

  • Lizzie Skurnick Books Suspends Acquisitions

    Ig Publishing announced that, due to what its editor-in-chief Robert Lasner described as "very disappointing" sales, the Brooklyn press is no longer making acquisitions or publishing frontlist under its three-year-old Lizzie Skurnick YA fiction imprint.

  • Annick Press Celebrates 40 Years of Publishing

    This September, Annick will mark its 40th anniversary by embarking on a partnership with Pearson Canada, which will put a selection of more than 125 Annick books in every classroom across Canada.

  • Game Developer Ubisoft Launches Book Line

    The creator of the wildly popular Assassin's Creed franchise is launching an in-house publishing line that will debut in November with two titles based on the action-adventure game.

  • Kensington Launches Digital Speculative Fiction Imprint

    Kensington Publishing Corp. will begin publishing science fiction and fantasy e-books this fall with the launch of Rebel Base Books, a digital-only imprint to be overseen by editor Martin Biro.

  • Book Publishers Prepare for New Overtime Regulations

    What publishers are doing ahead of new Labor Department regulations that will expand the number of employees eligible for overtime pay.

  • The PW Publishing Industry Salary Survey, 2016

    PW's annual salary and jobs survey found that pay improved slightly in 2015, and that the industry is still overwhelmingly white.

  • How Much Top Publishing Executives Earn

    A look at compensation for top executives at publicly traded publishers and booksellers.

  • Bibliomotion Acquired by Taylor & Francis

    Although there has been no official announcement from Taylor & Francis, it has absorbed the Boston-based business and parenting press.

  • Skyhorse Publishing: From Zero to $40 Million in 10 Years

    How Tony Lyons grew a publishing company that is on track to publish 900 books across 14 imprints ten years after its founding.

  • Bloomsbury USA Restructures

    Bloomsbury has united its U.S. division under Cindy Loh, formerly U.S. publishing director of Bloomsbury Children's. George Gibson, publishing director, adult, will be leaving the company.

  • Perseus Distribution to Use Ingram Network

    Starting October 1, titles from PGW, Consortium, Perseus Distribution, and Legato to independent booksellers will be shipped through the Ingram distribution network.

  • Cover Story: 'Little Nothing'

    For designer Rachel Willey, a new novel by Marisa Silver presented a golden opportunity.

  • Fast Start for Cookbook from Olympic Marathoner

    A book preorder-and-fun run package four months before "Run Fast. Eat Slow." came out, along with a strong Olympic performance by author Shalane Flanagan, helped propel the cookbook onto the bestsellers list.

  • Beacon Preps for PBS Tie-In

    As the countdown begins for the September 20 air date of Ken Burns' PBS documentary 'Defying the Nazis,' Beacon Press has gone back to press for its companion volume to the film.

  • Under Pamela Paul, a New Books Desk Takes Shape at the 'Times'

    The 'New York Times Book Review' editor, now overseeing all of the paper's books and publishing coverage, lays out what readers can expect to change—and to stay the same.

  • John F. Blair Has 'Minotaur' Sequel

    The Winston-Salem publisher had a surprise hit 16 years ago with 'The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break' by Steven Sherrill. Next week the company will release a sequel, 'The Minotaur Takes His Own Sweet Time.'

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