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  • Neil deGrasse Tyson Talks Science and the Power of Words

    Neil deGrasse Tyson has a problem with NASA, though the issue is not really about science, but language.

  • Feminist Presses Are Seizing the Moment

    Sales from three of the largest feminist presses have surged in recent years, and publishers are feeling optimistic about the future.

  • S&S Shuts Crimson Romance

    The digital imprint, acquired as part of Simon & Schuster’s purchase of Adams Media in 2016, is being closed, the publisher said, due to “changing consumer reading habits."

  • A Cozy Home for Cozies at Kensington

    Kensington is making a huge commitment to the cozy mystery genre, with 140 books planned for 2018 along with a series of miniconventions for cozy lovers. (Sponsored)

  • Naval Institute Press Navigates to Graphic Novels

    The publishing unit of the nonprofit U.S. Naval Institute in Annapolis will add graphic novels and nonfiction later this year.

  • Fritz Foy to Take Over at Tor, Forge

    Fritz Foy will take over the leadership of Tom Doherty Associates, the parent company of the science fiction/fantasy imprints Tor Books and Forge Books. With the appointment, Doherty will transition to chairman of the company.

  • Alexie Addresses Charges in Statement

    Author Sherman Alexie has claimed no recollection "of physically or verbally threatenening anybody or their careers" even as he apologized for "things that have harmed other people."

  • Sherman Alexie Latest Author Facing Harassment Allegations

    National Book Award–winning author Sherman Alexie has been anonymously accused of sexual and general misconduct by members of the Native American writing community and others in the writing world.

  • Parragon Faces Closure

    Parragon, the U.K.-based publisher with a substantial U.S. office, announced Tuesday morning it may be forced to close before the end of the year.

  • Amazon Publishing Debuts Topple Books Imprint

    Jill Soloway, LGBTQ activist and creator of the Amazon TV shows 'Transparent' and 'I Love Dick,' has been named head of Topple Books. The new Amazon Publishing unit will focus on works by women of color, as well as writers who identify as queer and/or gender nonconforming.

  • IPG Consolidates Chicago Review Press, Triumph Books Personnel

    Independent Publishing Group, parent company of Chicago Review Press and Triumph Books, is consolidating the marketing, publicity and production departments of the publishers. Eight people have left the company in the move.

  • Skybound Books Gets Ready For Liftoff

    Six months after unveiling Skybound Books, a joint partnership between the media company Skybound Entertainment and Simon & Schuster’s Atria imprint, three new publishing projects are in the works at the Los Angeles–based imprint.

  • IBPA Develops Standards for Hybrid Publishers

    As hybrid publishing becomes a bigger part of the publishing business, the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) has developed a nine-point list of criteria defining what it means to be a reputable hybrid publisher.

  • Yiannopoulos Drops Lawsuit Against S&S

    In a very brief filing made late last week in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Milo Yiannopoulos withdrew his lawsuit against his former publisher, Simon & Schuster, with prejudice.

  • Copyright and Freedom to Publish Take Center Stage at IPA Congress

    The 32nd International Publishers Association Congress, held in New Delhi from February 10 to 13, stressed the importance of upholding traditional publishing values.

  • Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations, PRH Drops An Apologetic Dashner

    Following a sexual harassment scandal that has embroiled the children's sector of the publishing industry for the past week, James Dashner, author of the bestselling Maze Runner series, has been dropped by his publisher.

  • Sexual Harassment In Children's Publishing Reaches a Crisis Point

    Jay Asher, David Díaz, and others have been accused of sexual harassment and abuse in the comments section of a January 'School Library Journal' article as the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators deals with an unfolding controversy.

  • Trump Renews Bid to Eliminate Library Funding, NEA, and NEH

    The Trump administration has once again proposed the permanent elimination of the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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