Getting a Bead on Spanish-language Audiobook Sales
Demand for audiobooks is growing among Spanish speakers across the globe.
The Big Impact of Tiny Reparations Books
Over the past three years, the Dutton/Plume imprint, founded by actor and stand-up comedian Phoebe Robinson, has become a home for “strong voices, unique points of view, and undeniable talent."
Ten Speed Launches New Ten Speed Graphic Imprint
The first planned release under the Ten Speed Graphic colophon is an adaptation of Kiersten White’s bestselling horror-thriller novel 'Hide,' out September 12, with five more titles due this fall.
A Beatnik Nun Eco-Poet Finally Gets Her Due
Mary Norbert Korte, a beatnik nun who left the Dominican Order to join San Francisco’s poetry scene and an off-grid eco-warrior who preserved more than 400 acres of old-growth redwood forest, died last November at age 88. Indie publishing is keeping her work alive.
Haymarket Establishes Writing Fellowships for Individuals Impacted by Incarceration
Haymarket Books is establishing a writing fellowship program that emphasizes mentorship and professional development to support the work of incarcerated individuals and others impacted by the criminal legal system.
Woodward, S&S File New Motions to Dismiss Trump Lawsuit
As expected, lawyers for Simon & Schuster and bestselling author Bob Woodward have filed two new motions to dismiss an amended $50 million lawsuit filed by former president Donald Trump over 'The Trump Tapes: The Historical Record.'
PW Cover Reveal: 'Ways to Build Dreams: A Ryan Hart Story'
In this exclusive cover reveal, PW takes a look at Ways to Build Dreams, the latest installment in the bestselling A Ryan Hart Story series, by Newbery Honor- and Coretta Scott King Award-winner Renée Watson. (Sponsored)
The U.S. Needs Its Own Book Fair
As large in-person shows return around the world, the lack of an American event grows more obvious. It's bad for books, and it's bad for business.
Drawing Is Power! Chuck D Launches Book and Imprint at U.S. Book Show
Celebrated rapper Chuck D continues his social activism as a visual artist, releasing a set of graphic journals via Enemy Books, a new imprint launched in partnership with Akashic Books.
PEN America, Penguin Random House Sue Florida School District Over 'Unconstitutional' Book Bans
PEN officials called the suit a "first-of-its-kind challenge to unlawful censorship," bringing together concerned parents, authors, and a major publisher.
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