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  • PBS to Unveil America's Favorite Books in New TV Series

    The summer 2018-slated Great American Read is an eight-part TV series that will explore the power of books in American society. The show will culminate with a list of the top 10 books ever written, according to the general public.

  • Hawley, Petrie Among Winners at 12th Annual Thrillerfest

    At the Saturday night event in New York City, Noah Hawley became the first author to win an ITW Best Novel Award and an Edgar for the same book, 'Before the Fall.' Nick Petrie took home the Best First Novel award for his book, 'The Drifter.'

  • Mixed Reviews of Repositioned Christian Retailing Show

    The Association for Christian Retail (CBA) hosted its annual UNITE trade show in Cincinnati from June 27-30, with publishers reporting positive interactions but lower numbers of booksellers.

  • PubMatch In Deal with Beijing Book Fair

    PubMatch has reached an agreement with the Beijing International Book Fair to promote Chinese content worldwide via a global rights trading platform.

  • Preschool Properties Lure Publishers at Licensing Expo 2017

    Licenses for the youngest readers are abundant on the show floor.

  • Hillary Clinton Comes to BookExpo

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is the latest public figure and author to join the ranks of speakers at the forthcoming BookExpo.

  • At PEN Gala, Sargent Speaks to the First Amendment

    At the 2017 PEN Literary Gala, Macmillan CEO John Sargent spoke to a room filled with publishing luminaries about the importance of the First Amendment.

  • Books Meet Tech At PubTechConnect

    The inaugural conference found businesses beyond the book world bringing disruptive ideas to a publishing market staring down its digital future.

  • Disruption Meets the Book World At PubTechConnect

    At the inaugural PubTechConnect conference, innovation and the digital future were front and center right from the start.

  • At IBPA Meeting, A Push for Parity

    Working to level the playing field for independent publishers, as well as for self-publishers and hybrid publishers, was one of the big topics at the IBPA's Publishing University held April 7-8 in Portland, Ore.

  • 'Paris Review' Revels at Cipriani's

    Amid talk of the U.S. government defunding the arts, the 'Paris Review' sticks to its 65-year fundraising tradition—its annual Revel.

  • ‘Americanah’ Wins Inaugural One Book, One New York Reading Program

    After a month of voting, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s acclaimed novel was picked as the winner in the One Book, One New York program. The program promotes the reading of a single work by residents in all five boroughs of the city.

  • BookExpo Editors' Buzz Finalists Announced

    BookExpo has named its finalists for its Editors’ Buzz program, which highlights titles expected to resonate with readers in 2017.

  • Riggio Reiterates B&N's Commitment to Restoring Growth

    At the AAP's annual meeting held yesterday in New York City, Barnes & Noble CEO Len Riggio repeated statements he made last week about the retailer, saying the company must focus on restoring sales growth.

  • WNBA Celebrates Its Centennial

    The Women’s National Book Association is celebrating its centennial this year with a raft of programs and events to mark the occasion.

  • Toy Fair Trends

    A walk through New York International Toy Fair 2017 highlighted some of the consolidation that has occurred in the novelty and book-plus sector in the past year.

  • Armando Correa’s Debut Novel Seized In Cuba

    Despite high praise from American and Cuban participants in this year's U.S. Publishing Mission to the Havana Book Fair, the event was marred by the confiscation of Armando Correa's debut novel, 'The German Girl,' by Cuban authorities.

  • Toy Fair 2017: Toy Stores Seek Books for Themed Displays

    Crowds filled the aisles of the 2017 edition of New York International Toy Fair, and the mood was upbeat.

  • Politics Was Front and Center At This Year’s AWP Conference

    Concern over the Trump administration was a central theme at the Washington D.C. event.

  • Despite Politics, U.S. Mission to Cuba Ends with Optimism

    The second U.S. Publishing Mission to Cuba ended its visit to the country on a note of optimism over future relations while acknowledging political realities under the new U.S. administration.

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