A Texas law requiring books to be rated for sexual content has been blocked by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The widely criticized ‘HB 900′ signed by Texas’ governor is challenged by briefs aimed at keeping its implementation blocked.
Almost 80 years after the first of Tove Jansson’s Moomins appeared, the US market finds the durable characters at Barnes & Noble.
With more than 62 million Hispanics in the United States, demand for Spanish-language books is on the rise, specialists say.
Alarms raised in many parts of the publishing value change–and from many markets–tell of a deepening crisis.
‘Il Nuovo Futoro’–the New Future–is the title of this year’s Umberto and Elisabetta Mauri program in bookselling and publishing.
The trials of 2020 and outlook for 2021 drive discussions of discoverability, digital, and direct-to-consumer relations in Venice’s forum.
The Book Industry Study Group–focused on supply chain in the United States–is reformatting its annual meeting to a series of digital events held over weeks.
Even as Seattle loses another Barnes & Noble store, the Independent Book Publishers Association prepares for a conference appearance by James Daunt.
The annual meeting of BISG in April will hear Barnes & Noble and Waterstones’ James Daunt in a keynote address around supply chain issues.