After Michael Derrick Hudson adopted an Asian pseudonym, he landed a poem in the ‘Best American Poetry’ anthology, prompting anger, recrimination and debate.
A campaign by authors to help Syrian refugees and ignited by Patrick Ness and Hank and John Green has raised more than £100,000 in less than a day.
Indie bookstores in the US have thrived and there’s no secret to their success: it is about creating experiences, building community, and connecting.
Why are Dav Pilkey’s Captain Underpants books so consistently banned when they contain nothing objectionable? Because they teach children to challenge authority.
Our monthly selection of reviews from BlueInk Review, a service which reviews self-published books, includes a short story collection and a WWII thriller.
Trendy and chic, translation publisher Europa Editions has been dubbed a ‘coveted intellectual brand’ by The New York Times Style Magazine.
With the crash of Brazil’s real against the dollar, US rights deals at this year’s Rio International Book Fair may not be as lavish, but they are still key.
Jay Keefe wrote a memoir about recovering from alcoholism and realizes, upon publication, that it a huge personal risk it was, albeit one with rewards.
The continuation of our series on illustrated book publishing in the US looks at the digital market, where sales pale compared to print counterparts.
While Editorial Director of Amazon Publishing, Julia Cheiffetz had a baby and got cancer, only to have her insurance cancelled and her responsibilities cut.