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  • PNBA's Fall Tradeshow Wraps Up with Stories and Candid Advice

    The Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association concluded its Fall Tradeshow in Portland, Ore., with an author breakfast and bookseller education programming.

  • PNBA Membership, Tradeshow Attendance Numbers Both Trend Up

    The Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association devoted its Fall Tradeshow’s second day to the exhibition hall, a membership meeting, and events to celebrate 40 authors and their new books.

  • Opus & Olives Library Fundraiser Celebrates 20 Years

    Opus & Olives, a gala fundraiser sponsored by the Friends of the St. Paul Public Library, is celebrating its 20th anniversary on October 8. The annual event is one of the most successful public library fundraisers in the U.S.

  • Fall Regionals 2023: Expands Its Reach

    It's been more than three years since the launch of, and the online retailer is eager to remove Amazon’s stranglehold on online sales.

  • Fall Regionals 2023: Binc Expands Its Mission

    It’s been a busy year for the Book Industry Charitable Foundation, which is rolling out a series of new programs designed to diversify the industry.

  • Fall Regionals 2023: NEIBA at 50

    Sailing into a new decade, New England’s indie organization glances back and charts its course.

  • Fall Regionals 2023: Programming Highlights

    This year’s gatherings provide opportunities for booksellers to rub shoulders with authors and strategize about challenges facing the book world.

  • Fall Regionals 2023: Bookselling Shows Usher in Fall

    Booksellers, exhibitors, and authors alike can expect a mix of business and camaraderie at this year's fall trade shows.

  • Markus Dohle, Ethan Mollick to Address AI Webinar

    Former Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle will give opening remarks and Ethan Mollick, associate professor at the Wharton School and author of the newsletter 'One Useful Thing,' will present a keynote address at PW’s Artificial Intelligence: Revolution and Opportunity in Trade Publishing webinar on September 27.

  • New Voices New Rooms Makes Its In-Person Debut

    The joint conference from NAIBA and SIBA leapt off the screen into the real world for the first time from August 7–10 in Arlington, Va., where 278 booksellers gathered to prepare for what will hopefully be a strong fall selling season.

  • PW Sets AI Webinar for September 27

    Artificial Intelligence: Revolution and Opportunity in Trade Publishing, a half-day online program, will run from 1–5pm on September 27.

  • PW Sets AI Webinar for September 27

    Artificial Intelligence: Revolution and Opportunity in Trade Publishing, a half-day online program, will run from 1–5pm on September 27.

  • Manga Was Marquee at San Diego Comic-Con

    Superstars Junji Ito and Makoto Yukimura drew enthusiastic crowds at this year's con.

  • Stars Shine at Comic-Con, Despite Strike

    With the SAG-AFTRA strike preventing actors from attending this year's San Diego Comic-Con, the spotlight fell on cartoonists—much to the delight of publishers and creators.

  • Kate Beaton, Marjorie Liu, Sana Takeda Win Graphic Novel Eisners

    Beaton won two prizes and DC Comics had eight winners as the comics and graphic novel industry held its annual Eisner Awards ceremony July 21 at the start of this year's San Diego Comic-Con.

  • The Fall Regional Bookselling Conferences Beckon

    The lineup for this year’s fall regional booksellers shows is complete, with six shows being held across the country from August to October.

  • U.S. Book Show: Human Connection Powers the Book Business

    Editors and literary agents on the mechanics—and the emotions—behind the publishing business, what makes a bestseller, and how book bidding wars can cloud expectations.

  • In a PEN America Lecture, Ta-Nehisi Coates Exercises Freedom to Write

    MacArthur Fellow and National Book Award–winning author Ta-Nehisi Coates talked about the war on books, the imbalance of power, and learning as liberation at the PEN America World Voices Festival on May 11.

  • AAP Meeting Looks at Publishing During a 'Dicey Time'

    Publishing is facing its severest set of challenges in a generation, experts noted at this year's AAP annual meeting: book bans, the lack of diversity, climate change, and “unrelenting” challenges to copyright.

  • BISG Members Challenged to Rethink Publishing Supply Chain Strategies

    The annual meeting, held on April 28 at the Harvard Club of New York, included a daylong program with panel discussions and presentations that highlighted accomplishments and key challenges facing BISG's members.

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