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  • Left Coast Crime: Attack of the Calamari

    With close to 1,000 attendees this year, the annual Left Coast Crime mystery writers’ convention returned to Monterey, Calif., for the first time in a decade.

  • Reality Rules at IBPA

    The IBPA held its 26th Publishing University March 21-22 in San Francisco with about 30 sessions created to appeal to traditional independent publishers as well as the increasing numbers of members from the self-publishing ranks.

  • Festival of Books Adds IndieBound Buy Buttons

    Following a vociferous response by SCIBA members to the "L.A. Times" decision to exclude their stores from its Festival of Books website, IndieBound buy buttons will be added this week.

  • GABBS & SIBA’s Second Year Proves A Success

    This past weekend, with an emphasis on education and bookseller and author togetherness, GABBS & SIBA’s show in the Springtime was a success.

  • L.A. Times Festival of Books in Deal with Amazon

    When the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books unveiled its list of participating authors on Tuesday, the event caused a stir among local booksellers who immediately noticed the list featured buy links to Amazon.

  • AWP 2014: Relaxed Atmosphere at the Book Fair

    Publishers and conference attendees described a relaxed atmosphere at this year's Association of Writers and Writing Programs annual conference, held in Seattle from February 26-March 1.

  • Challenges and Rewards in Small Press Publishing: An AWP Panel

    The panel centered on broadening audiences for independent literature while working under budgeting constraints in an oversaturated market.

  • Hillary Clinton to Deliver 2014 AAP Meeting Keynote

    She will address representatives from the over 400 member organizations of the trade association on March 19 in New York City.

  • WBN U.S. Adds 'Twelve Years a Slave'

    Special WBN editions of Solomon Northrup’s memoir have been printed as part of World Book Night’s nationwide celebration on April 23.

  • Publishing for All Seasons

    A bookseller, distributor, and publisher, gathered for another installment of PW's discussion series on the Future of Book Publishing to discuss the relevancy of publishing seasons.

  • WBN Partners with APA

    World Book Night U.S. has partnered with the Audio Publishers Association to give free audiobook downloads to WBN volunteers.

  • Hunting for New Customers at Toy Fair

    Publishers’ expansion into new products as they strive to reach more retail channels was a major theme at New York International Toy Fair, held February 11-15 at the Javits Center.

  • BEA Adds Programming for Indie Authors

    BookExpo America is expanding its offering for indie authors, introducing Author Hub.

  • Savannah Book Fest Thrives Despite Weather

    Savannah's 7th annual Book Festival drew a crowd and charmed its authors amid threatening winter storms.

  • Improving Skills and Exploring New Themes: Children's Books at the Taipei International Book Fair

    At the Taipei International Book Fair, children's publishers presented Taiwan as a market open to exploring new authors, imported titles, and innovative themes.

  • What the River Says, That is What I Say: Stafford Turns 100

    Poet William Stafford was fêted February 7 in a grand celebration through Portland, Oregon’s Literary Arts organization on the 100th anniversary of his birth.

  • PW Panel: Are Publishing Seasons Relevant?

    Join PW for a breakfast panel set for February 26 at Random House’s New York office.

  • Annual AAP Meeting Date Set

    It will be held on March 19 in New York City.

  • Librarians and Friends Gather In Philly

    Despite temperatures in the low teens, a messy Saturday afternoon blizzard, and numerous reports of weather-related travel snarls, 12,207 people attended the 2014 American Library Association Midwinter Meeting.

  • House of SpeakEasy Takes the Stage

    At the January 27 inaugural gala for Seriously Entertaining, a monthly “literary cabaret,” the actress Uma Thurman read three fiery passages as part of a literary quiz called “Tip of My Tongue.”

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