Proposing an alternate meaning for Brexit as the negotiations furor rises, Richard Charkin suggests: ‘Books Really (are) Entertaining, eXciting, Informative, and Transformational.’
Hardback books benefitted the most from the uptick in trade book revenue, with 28.5-percent growth compared to November 2017.
Winter moves among independent publishers: Nonfiction works are the focus in Europa Compass, and Chicago Review Press buys Oklahoma’s Council Oak Books.
With its ‘wonderfully argumentative’ attitude in play, the small-publisher awards program Republic of Consciousness names its roster of 13 titles. And gripes that it can be only 13.
Recognizing the Brexit deadline that follows March’s London Book Fair, the Author of the Day events include three writers from the Continent.
The Publishers Association’s second annual diversity survey found that racial and ethnic criteria were where progress is slowest in the UK industry.
The new three-year pilot agreement with Berlin’s De Gruyter aligns with Iowa State’s endorsement of the OA2020 open access initiative, based in Munich.
By making spoken story-option choices, young listeners navigate titles from Capstone’s ‘You Choose’ series on Alexa-enabled devices.
The educational charity Book Aid International cites 25 countries as destinations of its books donated by publishers last year.
Fans of the ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ series get a new look at Greg Heffley in April when Jeff Kinney’s new book releases in at least 18 markets.