Penguin Random House — along with the Iowa State Education Association, authors, students, and educators — is taking Iowa to court for its law against sexual content in books.
The co-founders of London’s Swift Press talk about publishing Richard Reeves’ ‘Of Boys and Men’ in the United Kingdom’s book business.
The widely criticized ‘HB 900′ signed by Texas’ governor is challenged by briefs aimed at keeping its implementation blocked.
The UK’s Wolfson History Prize gives its top honor this year to Halik Kochanski’s ‘Resistance,’ on the World War II underground.
Shifts in Penguin Random House’s worldwide leadership team are announced by the company’s global CEO Nihar Malaviya.
John Vaillant’s ‘Fire Weather’ about fossil fuels, climate science, and disaster wins the 2023 Baillie Gifford Prize for Nonfiction in London.
Working with Nielsen, the Baillie Gifford Prize’s research on six winners shows an average 857-percent gain in unit sales after a win.
Publishers’ rationale, PRH CEO Nihar Malaviya says, is compensation ‘commensurate with what we’re getting from the marketplace.’
Interview: News from PRH India near Delhi outlines the painstaking development of a sustainable, quality paper for books.
Citing ‘positive momentum contrary to what we expected to see in October,’ Circana’s Kristen McLean has a monthly overview.