- ALA Working Group Calls for Change in the Library E-book Market
Unlike print books, where the library’s right to buy and lend books is protected by copyright law, basic access to e-books and digital content is subject to higher prices and restrictive license terms unilaterally set by publishers.
- Growth of Online Sales Cushioned Pandemic Blow at Indigo
“We are looking to have the right kind of physical coverage to fully support the customers in a rich omni-channel way,” Reisman said.
- U.S. Book Show Editors' Picks: Middle Grade Books as Activism
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- Doubleday to Publish Margaret Atwood Essay Collection
Atwood's previous book, The Testaments, a follow-up to her bestselling The Handmaid's Tale, has sold roughly 500,000 print copies at outlets that report to NPD BookScan.
- Rights Report: Week of May 31, 2021
Naggar Literary did the deal for North American rights.
- Eso Won and Crockett Named PW’s Bookstore and Sales Rep of the Year
"But it made a tremendous difference at our store, and we thank you for honoring us this way.”Ellen Adler, publisher at the New Press, referred to the civil rights movement that followed Floyd’s murder when she told PW that “Eso Won has long been one of the country’s preeminent Black
- U.S. Book Show: The Future of the Publishing Office
“It’s about looking at the right pipes.
- Rights Report: Week of May 24, 2021
Publication is set for spring 2022; Italian publisher Camelozampa sold world English-language rights.
- Q & A with Paris Rosenthal and Holly Hatam
We are in our third lockdown in Canada right now, and my son is back home doing school again.
- Rights Report: Week of May 17, 2021
Maria Modugno at Random House Studio has bought English-language world rights rights to Knitting for Dogs by Laurel Molk.
- U.S. Book Show: Around the Booths
Visit more than 100 virtual booths to meet authors, publishers and get swag.
- U.S. Book Show: Industry and Bookselling Panels
Moderator: Jimmy So, editor, Columbia Global Reports, Columbia UniversityPanelistsEamon Dolan, v-p, executive editor, Simon & SchusterTanya McKinnon, principal, McKinnon LiteraryEric Nelson, v-p, editorial director, Broadside BooksKeith Urbahn, president and cofounder, JavelinTuesday, May 25, 1
- Helping Authors Find Their Readers
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- The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Sherlock Holmes and the Crusader's Curse
Since then, the lord’s ghost is reported to haunt Thorpe Manor to preserve the gemstone’s secret location.
- U.S. Book Show: PW Editors’ Picks Panels
Time and time again, we’re not hearing all the right voices in the rooms where decisions about the climate crisis get made.