As Banned Books Week opens, Penguin Random House is taking some of its most heavily attacked books on the road.
The surge in book bannings has affected at least 1,207 authors, 268 illustrators, and 14 translators, per PEN America’s new report.
Italy’s publishers are joined by their bookselling and library colleagues in an effort to make COVID-era library funding perpetual.
Between January 1 and June 30, Penguin Random House saw its international revenues rise by 9 percent year over year, to €2.1 billion.
Penguin Random House’s new ‘banned books resources site’ is a consumer-facing compendium of connections, assists, and ideas.
The British Book Awards contenders for Book Trade and Book of the Year are announced, with the shortlists consisting of 29 categories.
Three fellowships and a grant program for small publishers are taking submissions now for the 2022 Frankfurter Buchmesse.
‘Publishers tried, but it really didn’t work,’ says one Paris bookseller about the question of pandemic-related books this year.
The 21st edition of the SA Book Awards has a three-category shortlist of four titles each, bestsellers voted on by the market’s booksellers.
The promotional Buzz Books Editors’ Panel for spring and summer offers insights into titles planned for release by American publishers.