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  • Shambhala to Return to Boulder

    After close to 30 years on the East Coast, the family-owned press is heading West under the leadership of a new generation.

  • Hachette, Penguin Random House Back Revision to Indiana Religious Freedom Law

    The Hachette Book Group and Penguin Random House have both issued statements commending Indiana legislators for revising the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

  • Harper Lee Declared Fit to Publish

    Harper Lee is, according to the state of Alabama, well enough to have signed off on the release of her forthcoming novel, 'Go Set a Watchman.'

  • News Briefs: Week of April 6, 2015

    New Amazon terms war and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • Acquisitions Help the Biggest Publishers Get Bigger

    A review of the 2014 financial results of the five major trade publishers that make data publicly available found that there is still value in expanding through acquisitions.

  • Stone Bridge Press Adds Books On China, Sex Imprint

    Since being reacquired by its founder in 2010, Stone Bridge Press, an independent publisher specializing in books on Japan, has expanded its list to include books on China and has launched ThreeL Media, an imprint focused on books that examine a range of sexualities and lifestyles.

  • Coffee House Press Uses $100K Grant to Build Up Writers Residency Program

    Coffee House Press in Minneapolis has just received a $100,000 grant from the Bush Foundation. The press said it intend to use much of the grant money its In the Stacks residency program.

  • Publishing Industry Antics on April Fools

    Books are a serious business, but the publishing industry had a little fun on April 1 to commemorate April Fools' Day.

  • NYC Explosion Temporarily Relocates Princeton Architectural Press

    After the deadly explosion in New York's East Village on March 26, Princeton Architectural Press employees have been temporarily forced from their offices at 37 East Seventh Street.

  • Poisoned Pen to Bring Back Golden Age Mysteries

    Crime fiction is feeling the Downton Abbey effect: Poisoned Pen Press has signed a deal to be the U.S. publisher of the British Library for two lines of classic crime novels.

  • 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.

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