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  • Tapping the Power of Influencers

    During a November 14 PubTechConnect breakfast event, which was organized by Publishers Weekly and the NYUSPS Center for Publishing, panelists explored how publishers are using social media stars to expand their digital marketing efforts.

  • 'To Kill a Mockingbird' Is PBS's 'Great American Read'

    Harper Lee's 1960 classic was voted as America's best-loved novel by PBS viewers of 'The Great American Read,' which wrapped Tuesday evening.

  • MPIBA 2018: Authors and Their Politics Energize Bookseller 'Family Reunion'

    The Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers Association's trade show in Denver was a lively gathering of a close-knit community of booksellers, made more energetic by featured authors injecting politics into their presentations.

  • Heartland 2018: An Energized Gathering of 'Strange Capitalist Librarians'

    While focusing upon authors and books, Midwest indie booksellers and Great Lakes region indie booksellers also praised the format and logistics of this year's Heartland Fall Forum in Minneapolis.

  • PNBA Has a Solid, if Somewhat Subdued, Show

    In charged political times and with the Kavanaugh Supreme Court hearings just ended, attendees at the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association looked to books for clarity, diversity, and escape.

  • At AAP Annual Meeting, Association Shows Off New Focus

    In addition to protecting copyright and free expression, the AAP has added backing regulations and policies that can led to a robust and innovative industry to its mission statement.

  • Critics Weigh In on Art In #MeToo Era at PEN America's BKBF Panel

    At the September 16 Brooklyn Book Festival, four critics and curators tackled one of the most hotly-debated topics in the book and arts worlds in the era of #MeToo: how should the public reckon with the works of abusive artists?

  • ReedPop's Anime Fest at NYCC Faces Controversy

    News of the fest’s revival has generated mixed reactions due to the history of the original New York Anime Festival, which had its share of ups and downs over the five years of its existence.

  • New York Comic Con Adds Space for Content Creators

    New York Comic Con returns with a streamlined Harvey Awards and a new anime and manga festival.

  • National Book Foundation Sponsors Fall Author Tour

    NBF Presents, a new program from the National Book Foundation, is sponsoring National Book Award-winning or shortlisted authors to visit a dozen book fairs, universities and libraries around the country this fall.

  • Fall Regionals 2018: Making the Connection

    The new heads of GLIBA, MPIBA, and NEIBA are changing things up to build community among booksellers.

  • Fall Regionals 2018: Regional Show Highlights

    A roundup of key panels, roundtables, and author appearances at all eight shows.

  • Fall Regionals 2018: Read the World at the Regionals

    At the fall regionals, Ingram is extending its “Be Worldly. Read Lit in Translation” campaign for literature in translation, which it launched at BookExpo.

  • Fall Regionals 2018: Indies Find Their Groove

    With strong programming and increased membership, regional bookselling associations continue to grow their fall trade shows.

  • The African American Book Expo Goes West

    The African American Book Expo, which launched in Dallas in 2017, will be held in Los Angeles County this weekend.

  • 'The Great American Read' Vote Count Tops 2 Million

    More than 2 million votes have been cast in the search to find America's Most Loved Novel, a fan competition organized as part of PBS' documentary series, 'The Great American Read.'

  • Follett Book Fairs to Cater to More Precise Age Ranges

    Follett will expand its book fair business in its second year in operation, the company has announced, launching fairs focused exclusively on early childhood and middle school readers.

  • BookExpo, NYRF Will Run in Late May at the Javits Center

    After operating in separate venues in 2018, BookExpo and the New York Rights Fair have announced that they will join together in New York City’s Javits Center in 2019. New York Rights Fair will run concurrently with BookExpo, which is currently set for May 29-31.

  • ThrillerFest XIII: The Summer of George

    The appearance of George R.R. Martin at Saturday night's ThrillerFest gala, where he was honored as ThrilerMaster, helped to draw a packed crowd to the event, but there was no sign of when the next installment in his Song of Fire and Ice series will be published.

  • Children’s Institute 2018: CI 6 Gets Political

    Concerns about the separation of immigrant children from their parents, diversity, and empathy found a place alongside nuts-and-bolts education for booksellers at this year's Children's Institute conference.

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