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    Sales Fall in Q2 as Wiley Lowers Sales Forecast for Year

    Sales fell 3% at John Wiley in the second quarter ended October 31, largely due to a 14% revenue decline in its academic and publishing learning group. Trouble in the group prompted the company to lower its revenue forecast for fiscal 2023, though its earnings predictions remained intact.

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    Panel Mania: Now Let Me Fly: A Portrait of Eugene Bullard by Ron Wimberly and Brahm Revel

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    HarperCollins Addresses Stalled Union Negotiations, Union Responds

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  • Business Deals

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  • Financial Reporting

    Publishing Industry Sales Down 4.5% Through September

    Total publishing industry sales fell 4.5% through September compared to 2021, with trade sales down 3.3%, at the 1,368 publishers that report revenue to the AAP’s StatShot program. Lower hardcover sales and higher returns were the main drivers in pushing down trade sales.

  • Bookselling

    Bookends & Beginnings Launches Fundraising Campaign

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  • Comics

    Gorinson Named to Head Oni-Lion Forge Publishing Group

    Ending months of uncertainty, indie graphic novel publisher Oni-Lion Forge Publishing Group has named veteran comics executive Hunter Gorinson as its president and publisher, effective immediately.

  • Publisher News

    Tracing the Migration of Ethnic Chinese Groups

    Phoenix Publishing and Media Group’s newly launched History of China in Maps series takes a deep dive into ethnic migration. (Sponsored)

  • Manufacturing

    Can U.S. Printers Make a Comeback?

    The CEO of Worzalla says that with Chinese dominance of the industry threatened by frequent lockdowns and high shipping costs, now is the time for American printers to expand.

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