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  • Skyhorse Unionizing Effort Ends in 'No'

    An effort to organize Skyhorse Publishing has ended, for now, as pro-union workers at the independent publisher were outvoted in an election to determine whether eligible Skyhorse employees would join Local 2110 of the United Auto Workers.

  • Bonnier Zaffre Expands Into U.S. Market

    The division of Bonnier Publishing UK will expand into the U.S. market next year, with its initial focus on two of its internationally bestselling authors, Wilbur Smith and Lynda La Plante.

  • LB Scrambling to Meet 'Obama: An Intimate Portrait' Demand

    The $35 hardcover features hundreds of photographs of President Obama plus a foreword by the former president, and Amazon and report that the book is out-of-stock.

  • The MIT Press: Books Rooted in Science, but Not Just for Scholars

    The MIT press publishes a rich list of trade nonfiction for general readers hungry for knowledge (Sponsored)

  • Globe Pequot Marks 70th Anniversary, Names Schnell Publisher

    Rowman and Littlefield’s trade group, is wrapping up its 70th year of publishing by naming a new publisher to succeed Jim Childs following his retirement earlier this fall.

  • Knopf Bets on Another Scandinavian Author

    Lars Kepler is the pen name of the Swedish husband-and-wife writing team of Alexandra Coelho Ahndoril and Alexander Ahndoril, who move to Knopf with the expectation of higher sales .

  • Rizzoli New York to Launch New Imprint, Rizzoli Electa

    The new imprint, which will focus on museum and exhibitions publishing, will launch in collaboration with new Rizzoli parent company Mondadori Electa in January 2018, and will replace the recently dissolved Skira Rizzoli imprint.

  • Hachette UK Acquires Jessica Kingsley Publishers

    The publisher has been folded into John Murray Press as an imprint, and will be overseen by managing director Nick Davies, while Kingsley herself plans to retire.

  • Cover Story: 'Neon in Daylight'

    New York City looms large for debut novelist Hermione Hoby's main character, and on the Strick&Williams–designed book jacket.

  • D.C. Metro Spotlight: Books for Everyone

    The metro Washington, D.C., area is home to an unusual group of publishers, many of which release the works of think tanks, well-known institutions, and universities. That makes for an eclectic mix.

  • D.C. Metro Spotlight: Jed Lyons, D.C. Institution

    The president and CEO of Rowman & Littlefield, one of independent publishing’s most respected figures, looks back on four decades of publishing.

  • D.C. Metro Spotlight: First Book Keeps Looking After Young Readers

    We check in with the 25-year-old nonprofit, which has overseen the national distribution of more than 170 million free and affordable low-cost books and materials to educators and community leaders.

  • D.C. Metro Spotlight: In the Nation's Capital, Even the Books Are Mission Driven

    Washington, D.C.’s laser-focused publishers are eager to shape the world around us.

  • Not All Book Startups Have Died

    The closure of Pronoun prompted some soul-searching about the entrepreneurial culture in publishing, but there still are startups creating new ways to reach readers.

  • Meet the Editor: Stuart Roberts

    Two years after joining Simon & Schuster as the assistant to Alice Mayhew, Roberts made his first acquisition, buying what would become the rap memoir 'The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.' It's now a bestseller.

  • Swipe Right for Black Books

    The upsides and downsides of promoting African-American books using social media.

  • Pelican Expands the Meaning of ‘Regional’

    With a history stretching back 91 years, the Gretna, La., publisher has repeatedly adapted to meeting the changing demands of the market.

  • With Selleck Set to Retire, S&S Revamps Sales

    Simon & Schuster announced that its executive v-p for sales and marketing, Michael Selleck, will retire at the end of the year. With his departure, a number of changes are being made to the publisher's sales and distribution structure.

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