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  • MPIBA 2014: A Mile-High Celebration of Books

    The annual fall gathering of the Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers Association in Denver was a huge celebration of books, with attendees in high spirits, reporting strong sales this year and expecting an excellent holiday season.

  • Amazon, Books, Authors Drive Fall Discussions

    This is a bookseller convention.

  • Low, Hudson, Ling Set for Diversity Discusson

    Alvina Ling, executive editorial director, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; Cheryl Willis Hudson, v-p and editorial director, Just Us Books; and Jason Low, publisher, Lea & Low Books will be the featured speakers at PW's panel discussion on industry diversity set for October 16.

  • French Fair Set for Hunter College

    Looking to take advantage of the growing interest in French dual-language programs (DLP), the first Bilingual Education Fair of New York is set to be held this weekend at New York City’s Hunter College.

  • PW Sets Panel Discussion on Diversity

    PW will hold a panel discussion October 16 to examine the question of diversity in the publishing industry workforce and the impact it has on the types of books that are published.

  • New York Comic Con 2014: The PW Preview

    This year, New York Comic Con will become a bigger 11-day event being billed as New York Super Week. The annual comic industry extravaganza also gets a new antiharassment policy to combat "unwelcome physical attention."

  • SIBA 2014: Community Is Key

    Held this past weekend at the Sheraton hotel in downtown Norfolk, Va., SIBA 2014 drew more than 500 booksellers, authors, vendors, exhibitors, and attendees eager to embrace this year’s theme and “fall in love.”

  • A Book Festival Grows in Portland

    Wordstock, one of the largest celebrations of literature and literacy in the Pacific Northwest, is gaining a new parent.

  • Chinese Publisher Brings Together Translators at New Event

    The 1st International Communication Forum on Chinese Culture was held in Qingdao, China on August 24 and 25, bringing together dozens of translators and sinologists from all over the world.

  • Four Questions for...Brooklyn Book Festival Host Johnny Temple

    Publisher Johnny Temple might be Brooklyn's biggest cheerleader. In addition to overseeing one of Brooklyn's best known publishing houses, Temple is also the host of the borough's flourishing book festival.

  • NBF Names Kyle Zimmer 2014 Literarian Award Winner

    Zimmer is the president and co-founder of the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit social enterprise, First Book

  • Nielsen to Hold New Children's Book Summit

    The Nielsen Children’s Book Summit will be held on December 12 at the McGraw-Hill Auditorium in New York City.

  • Iowa City Book Festival Announces Lineup

    The lineup this year includes debuts of October releases by Pulitzer Prize-winning novelists Marilynne Robinson and Jane Smiley.

  • NBF, Miami Book Fair Partner

    The National Book Foundation and Miami Book Fair International have teamed up to invite the 2014 National Book Award winners and finalists to participate in this year's Miami Book Fair.

  • Children's Authors at the Fall 2014 Regionals

    Here is a sampling of some of the many authors who will be at this season’s eight regionals.

  • Fall Regionals 2014: A Time for Discovery

    Over the past few years, some regional booksellers associations have moved away from holding fall trade shows in favor of onferences or forums to reflect a greater emphasis on authors and education.

  • Adult Authors at the Fall 2014 Regionals

    Here are some of the many authors who will be at this season’s eight regionals.

  • Did Comics Take Back Comic-Con?

    The circus came to town, yet again: this year’s Comic-Con: International ran from Wednesday through Sunday, July 23–27 and brought 130,000 attendees, hundreds of exhibitors, and thousands of professionals to San Diego, Calif.

  • MLRC Partners with ABFFE

    The organization focused on the First Amendment will be working with the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression to provide speakers for bookstores during Banned Books Week, taking place this year September 21-27.

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