The widely criticized ‘HB 900′ signed by Texas’ governor is challenged by briefs aimed at keeping its implementation blocked.
Nicola Solomon, CEO of the UK Society of Authors, announces her coming retirement in April after 12 years in this role.
The Writers’ Guild of Great Britain staged a protest Monday in solidarity with the America’s Writers Guild of America members.
The books on the Young People’s Literature longlist are the first cohort of five categories named this week by the US National Book Awards.
Federal district court in Austin enjoins Texas from enforcing any part of its book-ratings law ‘HB 900,’ a preliminary injunction to come.
The proposed consent judgment in publishers’ Internet Archive lawsuit is made permanent but leaves some concerned about a limitation.
The self-publishing wing of Ingram Content Group, IngramSpark was opened in 2013 and is observing its 10th anniversary this summer.
A part of Arkansas’ Act 372 would make it a crime for booksellers and librarians to give minors certain state-disapproved books.
Parallel to a Texas law aimed at bookstores, the French government seeks to limit sales of a YA novel, Manu Causse’s Bien trop petit.
At Readmagine, Gutenberg University’s Christoph Bläsi examined several issues driving the artificial intelligence debate in publishing.