Calling his ownership and management of The Bookseller ‘the greatest privilege of my working life,’ Nigel Roby sells The Stage’s Hugh Comerford.
Taking a look at 19 internationally prominent women politicians, the YA title ‘In Good Hands’ by Stephanie MacKendrick is to be made into a TV series.
Having risen by a slim 1.1 percent over 2018, the US book industry logged $25.63 billion in revenue in 2019, according to the AAP Statshot annual report.
Publisher Julie Galodé thinks she make a go of a new children’s book house Éditions Lulee by delivering new books as part of a monthly gift box subscription.
Recognizing digital publishing and reading in Singapore, the Book Publishers Association’s awards this add ebooks, audiobooks, and digital marketing.
The Turkish Publishers Association, in its 2020 assembly, has taken a fresh look at digital publishing, prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Saying that the Internet Archive operates ‘the digital equivalent of traditional library lending,’ the nonprofit answers a test of Controlled Digital Lending.
The biennial Jerusalem International Book Forum has opened applications for its Zev Birger Editorial Fellowship program, setting dates for 2021.
Italian publishers see ‘encouraging signs of an upturn,’ as data from Nielsen and Informazioni Editoriali shows revenue losses were cut in half in July.
‘We’d be cannibalizing our own business,’ is usually wrong, writes Richard Charkin in London. He advises publishers to say yes first, worry later.