At a conference in Beijing, publishers are asked to consider how their content could be reformmated for popular digital distribution systems.
The publication of Brian Stelter’s examination of Donald Trump and Fox News opens a new season of election-season titles.
After ‘almost a full semester’ of virtual classes, vacationing school students in China turned to recommended reading lists in July.
The annual June 18 sales were perhaps somewhat subdued by the pandemic, in a month in which Chinese readers clung to favored authors and themes.
Industry Notes: The bestseller by Donald Trump’s niece is going into its 14th printing. And Penguin Random House India inks deals with US, UK independents.
Simon & Schuster author Mary Trump is freed by the New York state supreme court to speak as she wishes, just in time for the release of ‘Too Much and Never Enough’
Simon & Schuster’s Jonathan Karp notes that the late Carolyn Reidy was a supporter efforts in diversity and of publishing training programs.
The latest step in the next book Donald Trump wants to block: The Big Five publisher accelerates the book’s release, as pre-orders soar.
Simon & Schuster chief Jonathan Karp asserts the right to publish and attests that the house is unaware of impediments to Mary Trump publishing her book.
Book market developments in May point to growth in China’s already powerful ‘online literature’ sector, led by the ‘Ran Freely’ trilogy by Wu Zhe.