‘Never have the voices of writers and their allies been so essential,’ says the leadership of the merging Los Angeles and New York City chapters of PEN. And one of the most robust lifestyle-and-wellness publishers in the States is now part of PRH.
The conference in its third year has instituted a new book trailer award program with a shortlist of 30 videos designed to entice consumers to various publishers’ titles.
The Federation of European Publishers reports gains across much of its membership’s markets in 2016 but acknowledges that the British pound’s softness renders the result fairly flat.
In a response being followed internationally by freedom to publish advocates, Macmillan’s attorneys answer the Trump attorneys’ demands that the publisher stop the release of Michael Wolff’s ‘Fire and Fury.’
‘Tom Beusse, Joe Siebert and Joe Romello left F+W as of yesterday,’ says a memo to the F+W Media staff from consultant Greg Osberg, who adds that he is serving as interim CEO.
Cengage Unlimited textbook subscription service launches later this year, giving students full access to all of Cengage digital content for the cost of $119 per semester
In a staff memo, Macmillan CEO John Sargent responds to Donald Trump’s efforts to block the publication of Fire and Fury and ‘demand[s] that President Trump understand and abide by the First Amendment.’
The Man Booker Prize is now open to Irish books. The Booker Prize Foundation says the aim is to recognize Irish independent publishers as readily as those in the UK.
Despite the availability of new technology, a new report from Information Media finds that publishers may be locked into legacy publishing software systems for financial reasons.
At the start of the 2018 CES week, California-based Quantum Storey Company exhibits its first AR and VR enhanced title in the ‘Operation You’ series of children’s books.