Eight Short Edition vending machines are being set up throughout Grenoble, France to dispense free short stories to the reading public.
Translator Burton Pike will receive the 2016 Friedrich Ulfers Prize, awarded to those who have championed German-language literature in the United States.
Trade journal Quill and Quire conducted a round-table discussion to ask: ‘Are we in a golden age of Canadian picture books?’
Several poets, such as Tyler Knott Gregson, have transitioned from Tumblr to bestseller lists, selling hundreds of thousand of books in the process.
Claiming they were being pushed to resign due to unfair personal evaluations, four employees at Amazon Japan have unionized.
Oetinger, one of Germany’s largest children’s books publishers, has launched a new company, Storydocks, dedicated to interactive and digital storytelling.
A Mellon grant is funding UPScope, a new visual discovery platform for long-form scholarly platform from the Association of American University Presses.
When a California State University-Fullerton professor was “reprimanded” for his refusal to use a $180 textbook, a debate ensued over textbook adoption.
An author and illustrator worked with PubCoder and Munich’s ArsEdition to quickly publish an interactive picture dictionary to help with Syrian refugees.
University Press Week runs November 8-14. This handy infographic summarizes all you need to know about this dynamic segment of the publishing industry.