House of Anansi’s Groundwood Books for children in Canada is making special efforts to promote the diversity of its list for young readers.
The UAE-based Knowledge Without Borders has announced the inception of a plan to release and promote “1,001 Titles” in Arabic literature in two years’ time.
Canada’s Export Exchange program invited speakers from various creative industries—including video games, music, and fashion—to speak about their experiences in building global audiences and brands to a gathering of Canadian publishers.
Publishing Perspectives’ Erin L. Cox looks back at 2015 in publishing and highlights three significant moments that sparked conversation in the literary world.
Publishing books for the Star Wars franchise requires a understanding of interlocking multiverses, authorized storylines — and it hasn’t always gone smoothly.
Testing Penguin Hotline, a holiday service that creates a personalized list of book suggestions for gift givers, our correspondent comes away impressed.
HarperCollins executives Sam Missingham and Jim Hanas debunk 6 myths about email marketing for book publishers and share best practices.
Email marketing is still very good for books — particularly ebooks — and has arguably never been better, argues HaperCollins’ Jim Hanas.
An innovative book promotion by Brazilian publishers embeds RFID cards in the back of books offering buyers 10 free subway rides.
Kalem literary agency and Turkish publisher Everest gathering global publishers and translators in Istanbul to launch Farewell My Beautiful Motherland by Ahmed Umit.