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  • 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

  • WI12: Bookselling in the Twin Cities

    Bookstore diversity and literary culture combine for a vibrant book market.

  • WI12: Stellar Authors To Headline Winter Institute

    Roxane Gay, Lesley Stahl, Ann Patchett, and Kim Scott talk about diversity and the business of bookselling.

  • WI12: Booksellers Get Ready for the Biggest Winter Institute Ever

    This year's Minneapolis destination for ABA's premier educational conference (Jan. 27-30) puts the "winter" back in Winter Institute.

  • Yale Publishing Course Partners with Yale School of Management

    The Yale Publishing Course has partnered with the Yale School of Management for its next installment, to be held this July 23-28.

  • Select Book Conferences, Festivals, and Fairs in 2017

    Some are in the distant future, others are mere days away. One thing is certain, however: 2017 is jam-packed with literary events. This year, by request, we’ve rounded up a number of consumer shows to include on our list in addition to trade-focused shows.

  • How to Maximize ALA Midwinter

    Librarians share tips for making the most of the meeting.

  • ALA Midwinter 2017 Preview

    What the incoming administration could mean for libraries will be among the hot topics at the 2017 ALA Midwinter Meeting.

  • Global Kids Connect: A Further Look at Issues and Trends for Children’s Publishers

    The second annual Global Kids Connect conference, held on December 8 in New York, brought together members of the book industry to discuss the future of global children’s publishing.

  • China, Brexit Big Topics at Global Kids Connect Conference

    The second annual Global Kids Connect conference surveyed China's booming children's publishing market, potential Brexit fallout, and more.

  • Global Kids Connect Surveys China, Latin America and Brexit

    Organized by PW and the Bologna Children's Book Fair, the Global Kids Connect conference examined a booming Chinese kids' book marketplace, a renewed rights market in Spain and Latin America, and currency exchange issues after Brexit.

  • BISG Has Aggressive Agenda for 2017

    As part of an effort to better communicate about the work it is doing with its members and the industry in general, the Book Industry Study Group is planning to significantly expand its programming for 2017.

  • Chalking Up Another Successful Shanghai Children's Book Fair

    The mood at the three-day China Shanghai International Children's Book Fair was upbeat and positive, driven by the vast (and content-hungry) market of 370 million Chinese children below the age of 18.

  • Eight Trends from the Shanghai Book Fair

    Here are the top trends that overseas exhibitors reported seeing at the Shanghai International Children's Book Fair and for the Chinese book market in general.

  • 2016 National Book Awards for Young People Literature in Photos

    On Wednesday evening, November 16, five finalists for the Young People's Literature prize headed to Cipriani Wall Street in lower Manhattan for the 67th National Book Awards.

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