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    Publishing Industry Sales Kept Rolling in May

    Despite some trouble spots, book sales rose 10.9% in May at publishers that report results to AAP's StatShot program. Total sales were up 5.5% over the first five months of 2023.

  • Bookselling

    Always Here Bookstore Shows Up for LGBTQ Readers

    Always Here Bookstore, a pop-up in Portland, Ore., aims to be a literary oasis for queer, trans, Latinx, and neurodivergent people of all ages. While they search for a bricks-and-mortar home, co-owners Rafael Hart and John Hart want Always Here to be a go-to source for books with LGBTQ authors and queer and trans content.

  • Religion

    David C Cook Earns ECPA Gold Milestone Sales Award for 'What Does It Mean to Be Chosen?'

    “This award not only symbolizes the milestone of half a million books sold, but also the fact that this book connects millions of readers to the person of Jesus Christ so brilliantly,” said Chadd Miller, divisional president of David C Cook’s publishing arm, in a statement.

  • Publisher News

    Boris Kachka Joins the 'Atlantic'

    The veteran books editor was let go by the 'Los Angeles Times' in January in one of the largest workforce reductions in the paper's history. Previously, he had served as books editor at 'New York' magazine.

  • Financial Reporting

    R&L Acquisition, Sarah J. Maas Boost Outlook at Bloomsbury

    In a July 16 trading update ahead of its annual general meeting, Bloomsbury said its recent acquisition of Rowman & Littlefield’s academic publishing business and strong trade sales paced by Sarah J. Maas’s titles underpin "the confidence we have in the future."

  • Awards & Prizes

    American Manga Award Nominees Announced

    Anime NYC and the Japan Society have announced the nominees for the inaugural American Manga Awards, which honor manga creators and the publishing professionals who make their stories accessible to readers in the U.S. and Canada.

  • Financial Reporting

    Sales of Comics, Graphic Novels Fell 7% in 2023

    After topping $2 billion for the first time in 2021, sales of comics and graphic novels in North American fell 7% in 2023, to $1.87 billion, according to estimates from 'ICv2.' Despite the decline, sales remained well above 2019 levels.

  • Religion

    Christian Publisher Editorial Patmos Celebrates 25 Years in the U.S.

    The Florida-based company, which focuses exclusively on Christian titles, has seen significant growth over the past quarter-century, a testament to the growing Spanish-speaking population in the U.S.

  • Religion

    Religion Book Deals: July 17, 2024

    IVP takes a book on weathering change by Courtney Ellis, Revell signs Jon Seidl's book for christians coping with alcoholism, and more.

  • Publisher News

    Hachette Reorgs Workman, Moves Algonquin into Little, Brown

    Hachette Book Group confirmed a realignment that includes layoffs at Workman, as well as several promotions and other changes such as the discontinuation of Algonquin Young Readers—the latest in a string of moves since CEO David Shelley took the reins late last year.

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