The annual announcement of Amazon Literary Partnership funding names 66 nonprofit programs that support writers and their development.
‘Our desk spaces are evolving their own personalities,’ says Eoin Purcell as the Amazon Publishing’s global teams adapt to home-officing.
Asking for a waiver of three types of fees through June, independent publishers’ and vendors’ association PubWest looks to Amazon for help.
Appealing to Amazon, Google, Apple, and other online book retailers, Richard Charkin asks for a change in how quickly publishers are paid in the pandemic.
As the COVID-19 emergency rises with remarkable and deadly speed, Amazon moves to prioritize crisis-related products over others.
With the public health crisis in Italy deteriorating rapidly, the biggest publisher cancels its participation in Bologna, as Hay signals it’s on for Wales.
Developing story: The States’ Macmillan and HarperCollins pull out of London Book Fair over the weekend, along with the Hachette US rights team.
The success of the AAP in its case against Audible’s audiobook ‘Captions’ may have long-lasting influence on issues of AI and intellectual property.
Newly instituted in the UK this year, the Amazon Charts for the first time offer market comparative top titles between the British and American markets.
Since 2009, Amazon Literary Partnership funding nonprofit organizations supporting authors’ work and development has made more than US$12 million in grants.