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  • Mikyla Bruder Steps Up at Amazon Publishing

    The forthcoming head of Amazon's publishing arm, a 10-year veteran at the business, looks toward its future.

  • 'PW' Once Again Accepts Print Galleys for Review Consideration

    After a hiatus during the Covid-19 pandemic, 'PW' will again begin accepting print galleys for review consideration.

  • DoJ Drops Case Against John Bolton

    The Department of Justice has dropped its legal claims against former President Trump's one-time national security adviser over his bestselling memoir 'The Room Where It Happened.'

  • Publishing Veterans Form New Conservative Publisher

    Louise Burke and Kate Hartson, publishing veterans with a background in publishing conservative authors, have formed All Seasons Press, whose mission is to fill the conservative void left by major publishing houses.

  • Book Club Picks for June 2021

    Book clubs are over the moon for Zakiya Dalila Harris's 'The Other Black Girl,' Oprah announces her latest pick, and more.

  • Scholastic Authors Pay Tribute to Dick Robinson

    A number of Scholastic’s writers paid tribute to the Scholastic CEO, lauding his vision, his passion, and his unwavering support for children’s books and authors.

  • Macmillan Will Experiment with a Hybrid Office Model

    Macmillan Publishers will officially reopen its offices on October 18, and its US Trade and Shared Services divisions will operate under a hybrid, remote-friendly model, which will be in effect as a pilot program until June 30 of next year.

  • Bookwire Launches in the U.S.

    Bookwire, the international e-book and audiobook distribution platform, is launching its services in the U.S.

  • Readers Angered over Anne Frank Reference in New Hilderbrand Novel

    Author Elin Hilderbrand and publisher Little, Brown have come under fire for a passage in Hilderbrand's new book, 'Golden Girls,' that some readers on social media are calling anti-Semitic.

  • AAP Vows to Protect Copyright from All Challengers

    At its annual meeting yesterday, AAP chair Brian Napack and association CEO Maria Pallante promised that AAP would continue to fight against forces that seek to erode copyright protection.

  • At 85, New Directions Celebrates with City Lights

    On June 3, New Directions will join with one of its closest partners, City Lights Booksellers, in the first of three celebratory events to honor the 85th year of its founding.

  • A Better Way to Produce Books Locally and Fulfill Global Demand: Spotlight on HP Publishing Solutions

    Through its global print partner network, HP offers publishers a more economic, sustainable, and resilient way to do business. (Sponsored)

  • Dohle and Grant ‘Rethink’ the Book Business

    Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle and organizational psychologist Adam Grant take a look at the publishing industry as it emerges from the pandemic into an uncertain new economic reality.

  • Haymarket to Issue New Edition of Angela Davis Autobiography

    Haymarket Books has acquired the rights to publish the third edition of Black Liberation activist and scholar Angela Davis's autobiography, originally published in 1974. The book will be released in October with a new introduction by Davis.

  • In Blood and Ash, Blue Box Press Finds a Big Hit

    The fledgling full-length fiction imprint of M.J. Rose and friends' Evil Eye Concepts is spreading its wings, with social media word-of-mouth driving remarkably strong sales for a new fantasy series by Jennifer L. Armentrout.

  • Wattpad Launches Imprint for Adult Books

    Canadian online writing platform Wattpad announced the launch of W by Wattpad Books, a new adult imprint focused on commercial fiction. It will publish its first five titles in 2022.

  • Doubleday Acquires Two New Stacey Abrams Thrillers

    Doubleday and Anchor Books have acquired North American rights for two new political thrillers by Georgia politician Stacey Abrams. Both of the new novels will feature Avery Keene, the star of Abrams's latest novel, 'While Justice Sleeps.'

  • New S&S Lifestyle Imprint Will Debut Next Spring

    Simon Element, led by Richard Rhorer, will publish its first list next spring. Doris Cooper, most recently of Clarkson Potter, is among the imprint's new editors.

  • EDC Had Record Fiscal 2021

    Sales at Educational Development Corp. jumped 81% in the fiscal year ended February 21, 2021 and earning increased 125%.

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