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  • Politics Was Front and Center At This Year’s AWP Conference

    Concern over the Trump administration was a central theme at the Washington D.C. event.

  • Despite Politics, U.S. Mission to Cuba Ends with Optimism

    The second U.S. Publishing Mission to Cuba ended its visit to the country on a note of optimism over future relations while acknowledging political realities under the new U.S. administration.

  • American Publishers Return to Cuba

    A contingent of 31 American publishers have traveled to Havana as part of the U.S. Publishing Mission to Cuba.

  • BookExpo Names Children's Breakfast Authors

    Savannah Guthrie, Jennifer Weiner, and Jason Reynolds are among the authors appearing at BookExpo's June 2 Children's Book & Author Breakfast.

  • AWP 2017: All Our Coverage

    Here are all our daily stories of the AWP 2017 Conference, which took place in Washington D.C. between February 8-11.

  • Big Turnout for PubWest Conference

    Approximately 250 people attended this year's PubWest's annual conference, the largest turnout since Kent Watson has been executive director.

  • AWP 2017: Politicized Writing Conference Ends With White House Vigil

    This year's politically-charged AWP conference concluded Saturday evening with a candlelight vigil outside the White House and good sales reported from the book fair floor.

  • AWP 2017: A Political Book Fair

    The AWP book fair, always a centerpiece of the conference experience, was as politically charged as this year's panels and protests.

  • AWP 2017: Writers Take to the Streets of Washington, D.C.

    The Association of Writers and Writing Programs annual conference in Washington D.C. continued in a highly politicized vein through its second day, with a march and rally at the Capitol building, in addition to a packed event featuring Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie and Ta-Nehisi Coates.

  • AWP 2017: Keynoter Azar Nafisi Urges Writers to Resist Tyranny

    AWP 2017's keynote speaker, Azar Nafisi, the author of 'Reading Lolita in Tehran,' blasted President Trump in a fiery presentation and urged writers to use their imaginations to resist the tyranny of the Trump administration.

  • AWP 2017: Writers Get Political as Conference Opens

    The Association of Writers & Writing Programs, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, kicked off its annual conference on Thursday with politics on people's minds, as exhibitors, panelists and attendees expressed their opposition to the Trump presidency.

  • AWP 2017: This Year's Conference Will Be All About—and Against—Trump

    Anti-Trump protests and political actions are planned throughout this year’s AWP conference.

  • Bookselling in a Time of Political Upheaval

    Political and cultural issues dominated the discussion at the American Bookseller Association's Winter Institute conference.

  • Webcast on Virtual Communities Today

    The fourth and final webcast in CodeMantra’s series on the publishing-technology connection will be held at 1 p.m. today. The subject of the webcast is virtual communities and will examine how the publishing world can use engagement and collaborative communities to its advantage. Panelists are Sanjeev Kalyanaraman, CodeMantra CTO; Rebecca MacKenzie, senior product manager, C Space; Susan Peterson, chief commercial officer, CodeMantra; and Cheryl Toto, managing director, US News global education.

  • At DBW, Booksellers Wonder if Booze Will Save Them

    Offering beer, wine, or coffee in bookstores is part of an ongoing effort by physical retailers to find new ways to attract consumers to physical bookstores and keep them there.

  • IDPF Close to Finalizing W3C Merger

    Despite challenges from OverDrive CEO Steve Potash, IDPF officials said at a meeting yesterday that they are finalizing plans to join the W3C after an overwhelming vote in favor of the merger last November.

  • DBW Speakers See Stable Trade Market

    With gains in unit sales of print books offsetting declines of e-book the trade market has been relatively stable over the last four years, Nielsen's Jonathan Stolper said at the start of the Digital Book World conference.

  • WI12: Big Name Authors to Look for in Minneapolis

    PW's reviews editors have selected some of the most notable adult and children's authors to meet at this year's Winter Institute

  • WI12: A Conversation with Foyles CEO Paul Currie

    What booksellers can learn from a UK bookseller

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