- Indie Publishers Encouraged by 2021 Results
Among the other revenue streams that have helped lift revenue is rights sales, Slager said.Looking at the rest of the year, Slager is high on Graceland at Last, a new collection of essays by Margaret Renkl that Slager said “is going out in really good quantities.”
- Jay Caspian Kang Explores Asian American Assimilation
In his writing, Kang argues that any Asian American rights movement needs to address these less privileged people first, rather than focusing on more “elite” problems like Hollywood representation.
- Rights Report: Week of August 23, 2021
Publication is scheduled for summer 2022; Lucy Carson at the Friedrich Agency sold world rights.
- Faith-Based Publishers on Surviving, Thriving in 2020 and Beyond
Schoenwald characterized HCCP growth as “solid” (although not as high as the “historic” fourth-quarter growth reported by News Corp, the parent of HarperCollins).
- Coffee House Press Names New Publisher
"I have the right set of skills and the right experiences," Budd said.
- Indie Publishers Embrace Success
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- Senator Wants Copyright Office to Weigh in on Maryland Library E-book Law
"The not force publishers to transfer any of their exclusive rights," Band insists, "and the publishers’ rights remain undiminished."
- Rights Report: Week of August 16, 2021
Amy Novesky at Cameron Kids has bought world rights to Horse Crazy Tales, a series of middle grade novels written by Sarah Maslin Nir, New York Times reporter and author of Horse Crazy: The Story of a Woman and a World in Love with an Animal.
- The Future of School Author Visits
Spiro “heavily discounted” her fee for virtual visits during the pandemic because it “seemed like the right thing to do.”
- Biographies Illuminate STEM/STEAM Heroes and Concepts for Young Readers
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- Kids’ Workbooks Level Up
In 2021, some publishers and retailers report similar trends.
- Reopenings, TikTok Boosts Indigo Sales in Q1
Right now we are focusing all our attention on digital investment."
- Belarus Dissolves PEN, Provokes International Ire
Do not stop reporting on Belarus, print “banned books”, advocate for local scholarships and residencies.
- Rights Report: Week of August 9, 2021
Tamar Brazis at Viking has bought world rights at auction to Hello, Beautiful by Traci N.
- Censorship on the Rise Worldwide
The report is downloadable from the IPA website.Since that report was issued, efforts to censor books have continued.