The new president of PEN International, Jennifer Clement, discusses the organization’s mission to support human rights and its outlook for the future.
Global brands may appear to dominate ebook subscriptions, but nimble, local publishing startups across Europe are winning authors’ hearts and minds.
Several poets, such as Tyler Knott Gregson, have transitioned from Tumblr to bestseller lists, selling hundreds of thousand of books in the process.
The Scholastic Reading Club and We Need Diverse Books are promoting a list of 75 titles for middle-grade readers featuring diverse characters and plots.
SourceHOV argues that artificial intelligence can obviate the need for publishers to manually create metadata tags and significantly streamline workflows.
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.
University Press Week runs November 8-14. This handy infographic summarizes all you need to know about this dynamic segment of the publishing industry.
Amazon is holding a poetry contest that offers $5,000 in prize money along with a contract with Little A, Amazon Publishing’s literary imprint.
Why must library patrons wait for weeks to read the latest bestsellers when there are so man more great books to discover?