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    Six-Month Bookstore Sales Down 1%

    A 5.3% increase in June bookstore sales over June 2017 was not quite enough to offset a soft start to the year and bookstore sales finished the first half of 2018 with sales down 1.0% compared to a year ago.

  • Publisher News

    BenBella Partners with Bestselling Author on E-Series

    Author Gwen Cooper has teamed up with BenBella Books to launch a subscription series of Cooper’s cat-centric short stories that will culminate with BenBella publishing a print edition of the collection in November.

  • Cooking

    'Spotify for Cookbooks' Prepares to Launch

    Like Spotify, for a fixed monthly fee, users will be able to browse CKBK’s collection of more than 500 cookbooks, and 100,000 recipes.

  • Cooking

    Cookbooks Preview: September 2018

    In September, re-use your leftovers wisely, explore the most "genius" desserts, and get back-to-basics on baking.

  • Religion

    Hachette to Buy Worthy Publishing

    Hachette Book Group will acquire all assets of the Nashville-based Christian publisher, including five imprints.

  • Shows & Events

    The African American Book Expo Goes West

    The African American Book Expo, which launched in Dallas in 2017, will be held in Los Angeles County this weekend.

  • Awards & Prizes

    2018 PW Star Watch Top Honorees Announced

    Publishers Weekly and Frankfurter Buchmesse have announced the "Top Honorees" of the fourth annual PW Star Watch program.

  • Shows & Events

    'The Great American Read' Vote Count Tops 2 Million

    More than 2 million votes have been cast in the search to find America's Most Loved Novel, a fan competition organized as part of PBS' documentary series, 'The Great American Read.'

  • Business Deals

    Insight Editions Buys Weldon Owen

    In a deal that unites two illustrated book publishers, Insight Editions has acquired Weldon Owen from Bonnier Publishing USA for an undisclosed price.

  • Obituaries

    V.S. Naipaul, Nobel Laureate and Chronicler of Postcolonialism, Dies at 85

    The Trinidadian-born author of Indian ancestry lived his adult life in England, writing the powerful but polarizing books on migration and empire that won him the 2001 Nobel Prize in Literature.

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