- Montreal's Book and Translation Fair Stirs Envy
We’re all jealous.”Read more about publishing in Quebéc in our special report from 2018.
- B&N Seeks Early Knockout Blow in Litigation with Fired CEO
Notably, the press release does not name any specific cause for his dismissal, instead stating only that Parneros's abrupt dismissal was for violations of company policy "not due to any disagreement with the Company regarding its financial reporting, policies, or practices or any potential fraud
- Foreign Correspondents Come Home
They have continued to write books together, focusing on human rights issues across the globe.
- Book Deals: Week of November 25, 2019
The publisher, via the Bookseller, called the book “part memoir, part meditation on stone and the transformative power of craft.”For more children’s and YA book deals, see our latest Rights Report.
- The Week in Libraries: November 22, 2019
"Conservative Edition News is a repository of stories guaranteed to infuriate the American right.
- African-American Interest Adult Titles, 2019-2020
., $26.99) by Ben Crump.The president of the National Bar Association and one of the most distinguished civil rights attorneys working today reflects on the landmark cases he has battled and offers a disturbing look at how the justice system is used to promote injustice.The Little Book
- Rights Report: Week of November 18, 2019
Publication is scheduled for summer 2021; Jim McCarthy at Dystel, Goderich & Bourret negotiated the deal.Phoebe Yeh at Crown has acquired world rights, in a two-book deal, to Steve L.
- HarperCollins to Launch Native-Focused Imprint
When Cynthia proposed starting a Native imprint, the idea appealed to me right away.
- Book Deals: Week of November 18, 2019
The Bookseller reported that the publisher describes the currently untitled work as an “electrifying genre- and form-defying firestarter.”
- Let's Be Thankful for Libraries
I’d also invite Eric Klinenberg, author of the great book Palaces for the People: How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization, and the Decline of Civic Life, whom I’d sit right between Mr.
- The Week in Libraries: November 15, 2019
Stevenson wrote a widely circulated letter citing a parent complaint over a chapter on pioneering gay rights activist Harvey Milk as the reason for the cancellation.
- Rights Report: Week of November 11, 2019
Pitched as a middle-grade version of The Hazel Wood, this dark fairytale adventure features mermaids, pirates, and one girl who must fight for her freedom and right to be different.
- Book Deals: Week of November 11, 2019
For more children’s and YA book deals, see our latest Rights Report.
- Editorial: Why We Are Boycotting Macmillan E-books
And unlike in the print market, libraries have no right to access e-book licenses, and no power to negotiate prices or license terms.
- 'Hey, Kiddo' Comes to Audio
What is magical about this is the reader feels as though they are right in the room, with all of the action unfolding around them.