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  • PW: Proof of Concept
    First, 31 publishers, including Time Warner Trade Publishing, IDG Books, Perseus Books Group, Rodale and Cambridge University Press, were named as launch partners, providing more than 800 titles for the initial rollout of the desktop Reader product this summer.
    06/19/2000
  • PW: Independents Rule at Audie Awards
    McGuinn, former v-p/director of Time Warner AudioBooks, founded and chaired the APA's Communications Committee and has been an active APA board member for two years.
    06/19/2000
  • PW: BEA 2000: Working the Floor
    Featured: ESPN: The Uncensored History by Mike Freeman; Rebels in Blue by Peter Stevens; Daddy Smarts by Bradley Richardson; Durocher™s Cubs by David Claerbaut; Backstage at the Dean Martin Show by Lee Hale; Koufax by Ed Gruver; Spellcasters by Pauline Bartel; That™s Not in My American Histo
    05/15/2000
  • PW: Book Trade Predictions
    Brooks of B&N predicted that the "cost of an e-book transaction will approach that of a credit card fee."
    04/10/2000
  • PW: Bestsellers of 1999--Hardcover: So Far, Little Has Changed
    Saving Faith by David Baldacci (Warner, 633,709)19.
    04/10/2000
  • PW: Children's Books for Spring
    A monkey from the rainforest and a penguin from Antarctica explore their habitats. (5-8) Town Mouse House by Nigel Brooks and Abigail Horner ($15.95).
    02/14/2000
  • PW: Children's Books for Spring
    Warner, Vermont by Kathy Pelta and Wyoming by Carlienne Frisch ($5.95 each, 8-11).
    02/14/2000
  • PW: Children's Books for Spring
    Jonah by Philip Dale Smith and Pat Day-Bivins, illus. by Donna Brooks ($15.95).
    02/14/2000
  • PW: Political Books: Booked for the Campaign Trail

    02/07/2000
  • PW: Science Fiction: Merging, But Not Yielding
    Del Rey rode the publicity wave surrounding Star Wars, Episode 1: The Phantom Menace to the #1 spot on the New York Times list with its novelization of the film, written by bestselling fantasy author Terry Brooks.
    01/17/2000
  • PW: Hot Deals
    An epistolary teenage novel expected to hit an adult readership as well is Feeling Sorry for Celia, which Jill Grinberg of Anderson Grinberg Associates just sold to Alicia Brooks at Picador/SMP.
    01/10/2000
  • PW: Hot Deals
    An epistolary teenage novel expected to hit an adult readership as well is Feeling Sorry for Celia, which Jill Grinberg of Anderson Grinberg Associates just sold to Alicia Brooks at Picador/SMP.
    01/10/2000
  • Hot Deals
    The first two fruits of his new labors will be books that have both been signed, by Warner trade publishing chairman Larry Kirshbaum, for publication by Sarah Crichton at Little, Brown.
    10/25/1999
  • Children's Books For Fall (H)
    A B C D
    08/30/1999
  • Behind the Bestsellers
    In addition, the film sale for Janet Fitch's debut novel has set its own record: this marks the first time in which the publishing division of Time Warner, the motion picture division and a Warner Bros. -- affiliated producer (in this case John Wells, executive producer of
    05/17/1999

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