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    Grupo Planeta Is Relaunching U.S. Publishing Division

    Planeta, the largest Spanish-language publisher in the world, is relaunching its publishing program in the U.S. The new division will be based in Miami and led by Cristóbal Pera, formerly editorial director of Vintage Español.

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    Educational Publishers Win Another Injunction Against Pirate Sites

    The injunction is the fourth successful action in two years for the group, known as the Educational Publishers Enforcement Group, which consists of Cengage, Elsevier, Macmillan Learning, McGraw Hill and Pearson.

  • Bookselling

    Regional Bookseller Associations Join Forces for Second Fall Conference

    The New Atlantic and Southern Independent Booksellers Associations (NAIBA and SIBA) kicked off a combined virtual fall conference on September 27, marking the second year in a row that the two organizations have joined forces to offer educational programming, author readings, and editor buzz picks.

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    CAA to Acquire ICM Partners

    In a deal that will see two of Hollywood's most powerful talent agencies come together, Creative Artists Agency (CAA) has agreed to purchase ICM Partners.

  • Obituaries

    Publicist Gregory Henry Dead at 48

    Gregory Henry, a veteran publicist who had most recently worked at Melville House, died unexpectedly on September 17. He was 48.

  • Bookselling

    Print Sales Down Again in Mid-September

    Unit sales of print books fell 3.6% in the week ended Sept. 18, 2021, from the comparable week in 2020, according to NPD BookScan.

  • Publisher News

    Simon & Schuster Takes a New Recruiting Program Online

    Simon & Schuster's Publishing Prologue program, which launched this summer, is aimed at reaching and recruiting young people interested in publishing.

  • Publisher News

    Karl Ove Knausgaard's 'The Morning Star' Reaches the U.S.

    The My Struggle series author's first full novel since 2004’s 'A Time for Everything' has hit American shelves—and Knausgaard, his translator, and his publisher are all hoping it'll make a splash.

  • Shows & Events

    For American Agents, It’s Another Year of Managing the Frankfurt Book Fair from Home

    For American agents, the 2021 Frankfurt Book Fair brings another year of hoping, and waiting, for the real thing.

  • Bookselling

    Bookselling Profile: Source Booksellers

    Source Booksellers has been transformed from a small business serving its Detroit community to an indie with a global customer base.

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