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  • O/R Teams with 'Evergreen Review'

    Independent publisher O/R Books has partnered with the literary magazine 'Evergreen Review,' in a deal which will see O/R distributing content from the magazine via the press's direct-to-consumer model.

  • Cover Reveal: Harper Lee's 'Go Set a Watchman'

    HarperCollins unveiled the jacket of the hotly anticipated novel, with president and publisher of general books Michael Morrison noting that the design "draws on the style of the decade the book was written, but with a modern twist."

  • Oakland Fire Destroys Much of AK Press Warehouse

    After a three-alarm blaze, an anarchist publisher is still assessing damages and seeking help.

  • One Book Launch...Nine Venues

    New York indie press McPherson & Company is organizing nine concurrent author readings throughout the country, on May 23, to promote its forthcoming Father's Day-themed essay collection, 'Every Father’s Daughter.'

  • Atria Forms New Spirituality Imprint

    Before Zhena Muzyka was named the head of Enliven Books, Atria Books’ newest imprint, she was an Atria author.

  • Scholastic, AAP Team Up On Library Funding

    A coalition of publishers and education and industry groups has called on the U.S. Congress to support dedicated school library funding.

  • HMH Celebrating 100 Years of Best American Short Stories

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is honoring the 100th birthday of its short fiction compilation Best American Short Stories with a special anniversary edition, edited by Lorrie Moore, called '100 Years of The Best American Short Stories.'

  • Memphis Publisher Sues Salinger Estate

    The Devault-Graves Agency is claiming that the J.D. Salinger Trust is thwarting the publisher's attempts to sell a collection of Salinger short stories abroad.

  • Jack White's Publishing Upstart Signs with Consortium

    Grammy Award-winning rock musician Jack White's indie publishing effort, Third Man Books, has signed a North American distribution with Consortium, and is looking ahead to releasing three titles in 2015.

  • News Briefs: Week of March 16, 2015

    Bookstore sales dipped in January and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • Modiano’s Nobel Win Is a Boon to David R. Godine

    Boston-based indie publisher David R. Godine saw a major sales boost last October when French author Patrick Modiano won the Nobel Prize for Literature, bringing its revenue for the year up 30% over 2013.

  • Margaret Atwood to Release New Novel in September

    'The Heart Goes Last,' which will be published in the U.S. on September 29, marks the celebrated Canadian author’s first stand-alone novel in 15 years.

  • Reader's Digest Condensed Book Series to Get Wider Distribution

    The Reader’s Guild has signed a long-term licensing agreement to market and publish Reader’s Digest's Condensed Book series as Reader’s Digest Classic Editions.

  • Fast-Growing Independent Publishers, 2015

    The 12 independent publishers that made PW’s fast-growing list took a variety of routes to keep sales growing over the last three years.

  • AFC+A Launches Publishing Arm

    Mandel Vilar Press will publish titles with a Jewish and Latino/Latin American focus.

  • Coffee House Launches First Imprint with Emily Books

    The Minneapolis literary nonprofit is Brooklyn-based Emily Books to launch the Emily Books imprint. The partnership, according to Coffee House's Chris Fischbach, is paving the way for Emily Books co-founders, Emily Gould and Ruth Curry, to eventually launch their own press.

  • Duke Univ. Press Picking Up Abandoned South End Titles

    South End Press, Boston-based press that folded last year, has struck a deal to have four of its stranded titles distributed by Duke University Press.

  • Unnamed Press Creating Home For Contemporary Authors

    Unnamed Press, a new publishing house based in Los Angeles, started out with a completely different name.

  • Bringing Denmark's 'Queen of Crime' to the U.S.

    In her native country, Sara Blaedel is a household name. But, she's not yet well-known in the U.S. With the help of a few famous literary friends, Blaedel is out to change that.

  • News Briefs: Week of Febraury 23, 2015

    Shoemaker named president at PGW and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

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