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    AAP Suit Seeks to Block Implementation of Audible Captions

    The Association of American Publishers has filed suit in a bid to stop Audible from moving ahead with its plans to implement its Audible Captions program. Under Captions, Audible will transcribe a book’s audio in order to create text that will run along with the audio, something publishers see as copyright infringement.

  • Bookselling

    Colorado, Maryland Bookstores Get New Locations

    Denver's Tattered Cover is adding a new location in the Origin Hotel in nearby Westminster, Colo. In Baltimore, Emma Snyder is moving the Ivy Bookshop, which she bought in January, two miles down the road into a church she recently acquired, with plans to expand the store's role in the local literary community.

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    How the Absurdity of the Five-Paragraph Essay Inspired Rion Amilcar Scott's Novella

    The novella, "Special Topics in Loneliness Studies," is about a professor whose doomed class investigates loneliness through the syllabus.

  • PW Tip Sheet

    PW Picks: Books of the Week, August 26, 2019

    This week: new books from Edwidge Danticat, Louise Penny, and more.

  • Publisher News

    With Controversial New Deal, Is Regan Arts Back in Business?

    It's been nearly a year and a half since Judith Regan's most recent publishing venture, Regan Arts, faded from view. With a just-announced acquisition—a book by disgraced author/journalist Mark Halperin about President Trump's 2020 election prospects—industry insiders are wondering whether Regan is trying to get back to, and in, business.

  • People

    Fox Up at BookLife, Adams, Cramer In at PW

    David Adams and Phoebe Cramer joined Publishers Weekly on Monday as reviews editors for nonfiction and genre fiction, respectively. Longtime senior reviews editor Rose Fox will serve as director of BookLife Reviews.

  • Comics

    Chris Ware Talks About ‘Rusty Brown’

    Acclaimed graphic novel author Chris Ware answers questions about the creation of his graphic novel 'Rusty Brown' and about his working process.

  • Publisher News

    Knopf Goes Back to Print with Morrison

    Following the Nobel Laureate's death, her publisher will print 225,000 new copies total of her books to meet increasing demand.

  • Bookselling

    Amazon Responds to 'NYT' Story Questioning Its Policing of Copyright In Its Bookstore

    After a story in Monday's 'New York Times' pointed to the availability of counterfeit books in Amazon's bookstore, marking the second piece in two months on the topic, Amazon said the real issue has to do with "differing copyright timing between countries."

  • Publisher News

    Romance Book Club Drives Avon Impulse Sales

    Olivia Waite's 'The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics' hits a third printing following its selection as the featured title in an annual book club event held by a Los Angeles bookstore.

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