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  • Bookselling

    This Week's Bestsellers: March 1, 2021

    Sarah J. Maas has the #1 book in the country with ‘A Court of Silver Flames,’ fifth in the series she began with ‘A Court of Thorns and Roses.’ Plus ‘The Sum of Us’ by Heather McGhee, which PW called an “astute and persuasive debut,” is #6 in the country, and ‘Priestdaddy’ memoirist Patricia Lockwood lands at #20 in hardcover fiction with her first novel, ‘No One Is Talking About This.’

  • Bookselling

    Print Units Rose 10.9% in Mid-February

    Unit sales of print books rose 10.9% in the week ended Feb. 20, 2021, over the comparable week in 2020, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan.

  • Shows & Events

    At WI16, Booksellers Were 'Very Engaged'

    The American Booksellers Association’s virtual Winter Institute attracted 1,971 participants last month, up from the 1,500 people who attended last year’s live meeting in Baltimore.

  • Publisher News

    Archie Comics Any Way You Want Them

    Archie Comics’ fictional teenagers continue to be among the most popular and universally recognized characters in popular culture—and continue to branch out into new mediums.

  • Shows & Events

    Book Festivals Continue Online

    Book fairs and festivals are planned around the world in March and April, but most will still be virtual

  • Bookselling

    Baby Got Backlist: Backlist Backbones 2021

    Booksellers say older titles are key to nurturing young readers.

  • Book Deals

    Book Deals: Week of March 1, 2021

    Jennifer Grey sells a memoir to Ballantine, Hillary Clinton and Louise Penny team up for a thriller with S&S and St. Martin’s, and more.

  • Bookselling

    Print Book Sales Rose Nearly 11% Last Week

    Unit sales of print books cooled somewhat last week, but still managed to increase 10.9% over the week ended February 22, 2020.

  • Financial Reporting

    HBG Sales Up 3.9% in Sluggish Year for Hachette Livre

    Revenue at Lagardère's Hachette Livre slipped 0.4% last year, to €2.37 billion, from €2.38 billion in 2019. Earnings, however, rose 11.8%, to €246 million. Sales at Hachette Book Group rose 3.9% over 2019.

  • People

    Bill Hamilton Leaves the 'Times' for Celadon

    Veteran newspaper editor Bill Hamilton, currently the Washington editor at the 'New York Times,' is joining Celadon Books as executive editor on April 5, acquiring and editing nonfiction.

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