Seven current and former heads of major American publishing houses have published a joint statement opposing hate speech in Saudi textbooks.
Romance publisher Avon announces a social reading app without DRM in order to cash in on their readers’ social media activity.
Lena Dunham, creator of HBO’s Girls, signed a $3.7 million book deal with Random House. Rob Spillman says it is emblematic of all that is wrong with corporate publishing today.
Johnny Depp will lead a new HarperCollins imprint, Infinitum Nihil, and will start with a book on Bob Dylan by historian Douglas Brinkley.
According to the terms of a settlement between the DoJ and three major American publishers, some customers may receive refunds on their e-book purchases.
Barnes & Noble made it clear at the Frankfurt Book Fair that they plan to play nice with publishers during their international expansion.
Publishing start-up Coliloquy offers a ‘choose-your-own-adventure model for the data tracking age,’ with books made up of pathways that lead to divergent plots.
Introducing the Fifty Shades of Grey spinoff book nobody could have seen coming: Fifty Shades of Chicken – A Parody in a Cookbook.
After seven years of litigation, Google and the Association of American Publishers have settled their lawsuit, opening the door for Google to display contested content.
Publishers Launch offers an analysis of recent data and trends from the US e-book market, where the rapid slowdown in growth has been something of a surprise.