- Rights Report: Week of August 19, 2019
Renee Hooker at Penguin Workshop has acquired world rights to Pitch!
- Q & A with Thanhha Lai
When I was a cub reporter, there were two times a year they always sent me out.
- Will Publishers Roll the Dice on Board Games?
A recent report from Global Data found that video games generated $131 billion in 2017 and could reach $300 billion by 2025.It’s a gross disparity that gets bigger when comparing board games based on comics and graphic novels to video games based on comics and graphic novels.
- Book Deals: Week of August 19, 2019
Called a “groundbreaking polemic on the state of women’s health care” by the publisher, it will be released on November 14.For more children’s and YA book deals, see our latest Rights Report.
- Rights Report: Week of August 12, 2019
Publication is planned for summer 2021; Laura Langlie negotiated the deal for world English rights.
- The Week in Libraries: August 16, 2019
But borrowing e-books is "frictionless," right?
- IndieBound Needs a Makeover If It's Going to Fight Amazon
Our sales reports fuel the Indie Bestseller List.
- Rights Report: Week of August 5, 2019
Greenburger Associates did the deal for world rights.
- Angelina Ballerina: Back in the Spotlight
(Penguin Young Readers formerly held the rights.)
- Book Deals: Week of August 5, 2019
Hayley Steed at the Madeleine Milburn Agency handled the sale, the Bookseller reported, for The Other Daughter.
- No One-Size-Fits-All Here
“Major publishers have been moving in the right direction for quite some time now and making the right investments,” says Sriram Subramanya, founder and CEO of Integra Software Services.Digital has different meanings for different segments, Subramanya adds.
- The Near-Mythic Inevitability of Olga Tokarczuk's Novels
One begins to use his radio to report the body, but it’s dusk and they want to go home and eat dinner, so they pull him onto the Polish side of the border, then leave.
- Queer as a Five-Dollar Bill
When Wyatt excitedly publishes his revelation online (“I mean, if Abe was gay, and great, it shouldn’t be a big deal, right?”)
- No Project Is Too Complex
“Automation was built into the project right from the start to do the tagging, conversion, and validation.
- Navigating the Open Access Path
But interestingly, we are seeing the nimble OA publishers thriving and new entrants continuing to challenge the old guard.”As for Exeter Premedia, its cloud-based publishing platform, Kriya, has supported OA right from the very beginning, Venkataramani says.