- 2020 Was a Tough Year for Comics Shops
Diamond did the right thing.
- Preachers' Sneakers Prompt a Book on Spending and Spirit
So I have to ask, What are you wearing right now?
- Rights Report: Week of March 29, 2021
Deborah Warren at East/West Literary brokered the deal for world rights.
- Full STEAM Ahead: Activity Books Encourage Hands-On Learning Surge
The books familiarize kids with the concepts of paying attention to the world around them, learning how to take steps to solve problems, and trying things out.”And Adler at Andrews McMeel posits that a winning title “can be lots of different things—there’s no single right way to explore these t
- Saying Farewell to PW’s First Lady
“We don’t have much right now,” she said as I sat in her office at PW’s Chelsea headquarters.
- Library E-Book Bill Advancing in Maryland
The bills do not force publishers to transfer any of their exclusive rights and the publishers’ rights remain undiminished," Band wrote in a response shared with PW, explaining that because the bills regulate license terms, the AAP's copyright concerns are misplaced.
- Rights Report: Week of March 22, 2021
Elise Howard at Algonquin has acquired world rights to Mermaid and Pirate by Tracey Baptiste (l.)
- Benefits of an Automated Rights System
In his opening remarks, Rosenblatt outlined the results from a study he cowrote on the return on investment (ROI) of rights management for a report BISG published in summer 2020.
- How Publishers Can Find the ROI from Rights
The results were published in October 2020 as a report that’s available on BISG’s website (free to BISG members).We found that though specific rights management applications vary from one segment of publishing to another, the financial benefits outweigh publishers’ investments in rights management
- Remembering a Year to Forget
Right then, even though it was midnight their time, I contacted the editor and publicist to pull my author off of her tour.
- Ben H. Winters Puts His Spin on the Legal Thriller
And here we are, right on time.At first glance, The Quiet Boy (Mulholland, May) seems more rooted in the real world than most of Winters’s books.
- Authors Guild, HMH Partner to Publish Benefit Collaborative Novel
Respondents reported losing 49% of their regular pre-pandemic income on average.
- RBmedia Creates New Spanish Unit, BookaVivo
Prior to joining RBmedia, Lake was a journalist, first as a reporter in Beijing and then as Cuba correspondent for The Economist.
- Licensing Hotline: March 2021
“If we keep listening to our customers, we’ll keep going the right way.”
- Rights Report: Week of March 15, 2021
Publication is slated for spring 2023; Daniel Lazar at Writers House sold North American rights.