In nine months, the new international SDG Publishers Compact has attracted its first 100 commitments to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Revealing ‘how metadata progresses through the supply chain,’ BIC says, its new Metadata Capabilities Directory is active now.
Anticipating producing 50 titles per year from Australia, Welbeck’s Marcus Leaver and Mark Smith are partnering with retailer Tony Nash.
As PEN Belarus is told it’s to be shut down, PEN America’s Suzanne Nossel speaks of ‘when a government silences and stomps on its writers.’
Longlists of both published and unpublished comedic writing from women have been announced in the Comedy Women in Print Prize’s third year.
The monthly report from the Association of American Publishers sees the United States’ book industry up 23.4 percent year-to-date.
A series of children’s ‘life hacks,’ each addressing an emotion or experience, is being developed in extended formats.
Amid rumors of royal royalties for Prince Harry, political books in the bottom of the summer are mostly focused on the Trumpian finale.
A longtime University of Washington professor and author, Shawn Wong is named for his efforts in seeing Asian-American literature published.
Following the death on June 5 of Scholastic’s longtime chief Richard Robinson, the board names Peter Warwick to succeed him.