The week ending September 12, Kristen McLean writes, was the first in 2020 in which ‘every book on the Top 10 list was a frontlist title.’
Despite useful digital alternatives, Tel Aviv-based Stephanie Barrouillet says there remains a need for rights and publishing pros to meet.
Since the COVID-19 onset, Michiel Kolman says, Elsevier’s workforce has found a new sense for its work’s importance–and for belonging.
Nonfiction continues strong in the American market amid the traditional August slowdown, and ahead of a release-heavy autumn.
In the AAP’s StatShot for June and NPD’s report on the first week of August, US book sales show resilience during the coronavirus pandemic.
The US book trade continues an upward trend in unit sales over some 15 weeks, says NPD’s Kristen McLean, especially good ‘for the dog days of summer.’
The UK’s authors’ union opens a new push for grassroots funding of small emergency grants needed by authors in the pandemic.
The Turkish Publishers Association, in its 2020 assembly, has taken a fresh look at digital publishing, prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.
‘My novels are in the best possible hands,’ says Javier Castillo, a bestselling thriller now being published in 40 markets.
The world health crisis has had tangible impact on a new literary agency in Tehran, one of its core staffers contracting the virus during reopenings.