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  • Dutton Will Drop Linda Fairstein

    The PRH imprint and author have terminated their publishing relationship, a representative of the imprint has confirmed.

  • Ramin Named Brandeis University Press Director

    Sue Berger Ramin, former associate publisher at David R. Godine, has been named to the newly created position of director of Brandeis University Press.

  • Viking, Penguin, Pamela Dorman Team to Offer Lifestyle Books

    The Penguin Random House units will team up to create a new publishing program across all three imprints specializing in inspiration, lifestyle, healthy living, and personal development books.

  • In Sourcebooks, PRH Finds a New Way to Grow

    In taking a 45% stake in the Illinois publisher, Penguin Random House can let a good thing be and benefit at the same time.

  • Kickstarter Campaign for Book on Abortion Surpasses Goal

    Haymarket Books will publish an anthology of fiction, poetry, and literary essays in 2020 after a successful Kickstarter campaign enabled its editor to pay the permission fees required to reprint iconic writings about abortion.

  • Chronicle Books Forms Chronicle Chroma

    Beginning this fall, Chronicle Chroma will publish books on the visual arts and pop culture, and will be headed by Steve Crist and Gloria Fowler.

  • Amazon Publishing Turns 10

    Since its launch in 2009, Amazon’s publishing group has developed a backlist of 10,000 titles, and 40 of its authors have reached more than one million readers each.

  • 'Mueller Report' Has Third Bestseller

    Melville House’s mass market paperback edition of 'The Mueller Report' sold 13,538 copies in its first week on sale at outlets that report to NPD BookScan, easily making it BookScan’s top-selling mass market paperback last week.

  • Michael Wolff Returns With a Sequel to 'Fire and Fury'

    Henry Holt will publish 'Siege: Trump Under Fire' on June 4.

  • FSG Nabs Chelsea Manning's Memoir

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux will publish Chelsea Manning's memoir in winter 2020. Acquiring editor Colin Dickerman said the memoir “will, for the first time, allow readers to experience the full depth, breadth, and weight of her journey."

  • Big Trade Houses Start 2019 Strong

    Four major publishers posted first-quarter gains—and some of them were huge.

  • Patreon Looks to Satisfy Creators and Investors

    The membership-powered crowdfunding website has added new service tiers and pricing beginning this month for new members, including new pro and premium levels designed for high-volume creative projects.

  • Publishers Turn to Chapbooks to Create Buzz

    In an increasingly digital era, a handful of publishers are opting for a decidedly analog marketing tool for some of their bigger titles: the chapbook.

  • Rhode Island ACLU Sues Over Tax Law that Discriminates Against Nonfiction Authors

    The suit revolves around a 2013 law designed to help creative workers in the state by offering authors, composers and artists in Rhode Island a sales tax exemption. But in a bizarre twist, the state’s tax officials have ruled that the tax break applies only to authors of fiction, because nonfiction is not “creative and original.”

  • New Owner and Management Team for David R. Godine

    Longtime Boston publisher David R. Godine is stepping down at the end of the year from his eponymous publishing house, and new owner William N. Thorndike is already beginning to shape the press.

  • Chronicle Books Creates New Audio Unit

    Chronicle Books is partnering with Hachette Audio to create audiobooks that, for the first time, will be marketed under the Chronicle Books brand.

  • Mayo Clinic Launches Publishing Imprint

    After working for decades with multiple publishers to publish health books for consumers, the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., is launching its own publishing imprint, Mayo Clinic Press. Its debut title will be released this fall.

  • In Twist, Judge Orders B&N to Help Pay Former CEO's Legal Costs

    Among three decisions handed down at a May 6 conference, Judge John G. Koeltl ruled that Barnes & Noble's countersuit against former CEO Demos Parneros can proceed. But in a twist, the judge held that an indemnification clause in Parneros's contract called for the company to advance Parneros's costs for defending against the suit.

  • Sales, Profits Up in Q1 at S&S

    Sales at Simon & Schuster rose 3% in the first quarter of 2019 over the comparable period in 2018, rising to $164 million from $160 million a year ago. Operating income increased 6%, to $17 million.

  • Hanover Square Brings Net Force Back

    The press will relaunch the bestselling series, created by Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik, this fall. The deal is for four print novels and four e-novellas.

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