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  • Financial Reporting

    The Weekly Scorecard: Mid-January 2020

    Print Unit Sales Up 3% in Mid-January

  • Bookselling

    This Week's Bestsellers: January 27, 2020

    Retired Navy SEAL Jocko Willink has the #1 book in the country with ‘Leadership Strategy and Tactics.’ Plus Bryan Stevenson’s ‘Just Mercy,’ recently adapted for film, jumps to #10 in the country, and the NYPL’s all-time most checked out title, ‘The Snowy Day’ by Ezra Jack Keats, has its best sales week in years.

  • Shows & Events

    WI15: Looking Back on a Wild Winter Institute

    From controversy surrounding a book by a keynote speaker to new technology offerings, there was no shortage of topics at the ABA’s annual gathering.

  • Publisher News

    Marvel Trade Books: Going Big, Young, and Strong

    Marvel Entertainment, which dominates comics periodicals and enjoys a gigantic media footprint for its IP, has not made the book business a priority—until now.

  • Book Deals

    Book Deals: Week of January 27, 2020

    Lee Child re-ups with Random House for a quartet of new Jack Reacher novels, to be written with his brother; a debut novel by a Columbia College Chicago MFA sells in the high six figures; and Maggie Nelson signs a two-book deal.

  • Publisher News

    Pondering the State of Digital Publishing

    One of our Digital Perspectives columnists takes time to gain some insight on the last year in publishing.

  • People

    Custom House Gets New Leadership

    Custom House founding editor Geoff Shandler has stepped down from that role and has been replaced by Peter Hubbard as v-p and editorial director and Kate Nintzel as executive editor.

  • Publisher News

    Flatiron Books Addresses 'American Dirt' Controversy

    Flatiron addressed the controversy swirling about Jeanine Cummins and her novel, 'American Dirt,' declaring the novel is ultimately a tale of parental love.

  • Libraries

    ALA Midwinter 2020: In Stirring Keynote, Wes Moore Talks About the Scourge of Poverty in America

    Moore, whose new book revolves around the 2015 death of Freddy Gray following his arrest in Baltimore, and the aftermath that roiled the city, told librarians why Gray's life was more tragic than his death.

  • Libraries

    The 2020 ALA Midwinter Meeting Gets Underway in Philadelphia

    Librarians gear up for what figures to be an eventful year with a slate of inspiring authors and speakers.

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