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  • S&S Launches New Imprint with Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment

    Skybound Books, a co-publishing agreement between Atria and The Walking Dead creator's multi-platform entertainment company Skybound Entertainment, will focus on science fiction, fantasy, and horror. It will be overseen by Michael Braff, who is based in L.A.

  • Scholastic Aims to Improve Profits

    Scholastic has started Scholastic 2020, a companywide initiative to reduce operating costs and expand revenue opportunities.

  • Hot Topic: World War II Books

    In the spirit of Christopher Nolan's new film, 'Dunkirk,' here are three new titles in which everyday people fight to survive and commit unsung acts of heroism.

  • After Outcry, Haymarket to Move into New Chicago Neighborhood

    The left-wing press is closing on a historic mansion in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood, following an outcry from a faction of residents who tried to block the publisher from moving in.

  • Cover Story: ‘Yesterday’

    Felicia Yap’s debut crosses several genres, which made the job of Gregg Kulick, the senior art director in charge of the cover, all the trickier.

  • Yiannopoulos’s Sales Sink in Second Week

    Sales of Milo Yiannopoulos’s book, 'Dangerous,' fell 42% last week, compared to its first week on sale, according to just-released numbers from NPD BookScan.

  • Can Milo Yiannopoulos Win His Lawsuit Against S&S?

    The 'Dangerous' author has filed a $10 million lawsuit against his former publisher, Simon & Schuster. Is it a publicity stunt? Or can he prevail?

  • Harvard University Press Names New Director

    George Andreou, currently v-p and senior editor at Alfred A. Knopf, has been named the new director of the vaunted university press. The job marks something of a homecoming for Andreou, who graduated from Harvard College in 1987.

  • Raab and Futter Return, Launch Celadon Books at Macmillan

    After departing from Grand Central Publishing earlier this year, Jamie Raab and Deb Futter have resurfaced at Macmillan, where they will launch a new division called Celadon Books.

  • Milo Yiannopoulos Strikes Back

    In a one-two punch, the former 'Breitbart' editor self-published his book, 'Dangerous,' on July 4 and held a protest and rally outside the Simon & Schuster offices on July 7, where he announced a $10 million lawsuit against the publisher for "breach of contract."

  • Mary Marotta, Brandi Larsen Join DK Executive Team

    Marotta and Larsen will be part of a newly constituted senior leadership team at DK North America.

  • Liveright to Publish Nelson Mandela's Prison Letters

    The Norton imprint will publish the prison letters of former South African president and anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela in July 2018.

  • Crown Starts New Nonfiction Imprint, Currency

    The imprint will be led by Tina Constable and, according to Crown head Maya Mavjee, will publish books on business; economics and finance; and individual, organizational, and societal transformation and growth.

  • Dan Brown's 'Origin' Gets Cover, Trailer

    Doubleday has released the North American jacket and book trailer for the next installment in Dan Brown's series of thrillers featuring Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon.

  • PRH Closing the Blue Rider Imprint

    Blue Rider Press, established in 2011 by David Rosenthal to publish a select number of fiction and nonfiction titles, is being discontinued. Its hardcover titles will be released by Dutton.

  • Leftist Indies Put Politics First

    In a charged political climate, a few left-wing indie publishers are quietly doing what socialists do best: working together for the sake of all.

  • Indie Pub Two Dollar Radio to Open Bookstore

    The Ohio-based literary press is opening a bookstore/cafe/bar in its new headquarters in Columbus's South Side neighborhood. The new store will sell Two Dollar Radio's titles, as well as books published by other small presses.

  • Heyday Books, 'L.A. Times' Partner on Anti-Trump Book

    California indie Heyday Books, which is best known as a publisher of regional titles, is departing from its standard fare with a new book called 'Our Dishonest President.' The essay collection, which Heyday crashed, is set to hit shelves on July 4.

  • Publishers Charge Follett with Selling Counterfeit Texts

    A lawsuit filed by three major textbook publishers charges Follett with copyright and trademark infringement, as well as trademark counterfeiting, for knowingly selling counterfeit textbooks.

  • Rodale Considers a Sale

    The media company and publisher, home to such magazines as 'Men's Health' and 'Prevention,' along with Rodale Books, is considering its strategic options, which include the potential sale of the publisher.

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