Industry Notes: HarperCollins announces new rights territories for Jeffrey Archer’s work; Welbeck has a license for England Football.
A Justice Department veteran and author of ‘Hatchet Man,’ Elie Honig says, ‘I never wondered, Gee, is the attorney general telling the truth?’
In the first five months of 2021, books on race and social justice sold 700,000 more units than in the same part of 2020.
In its fourth year, the 2021 Aspen Words Prize goes to Louise Erdrich for her fiction on the Native American struggle for self-determination.
Ingram Content Group seeds Binc’s ‘Survive to Thrive’ bookstore grant program, with additional major support from publishers and Bookshop.org.
HarperCollins parent News Corp’s intended acquisition of HMH Books & Media raises, for some, new concern about consolidation.
The new partnership between two universities, Howard and Columbia, is another example of a diversity-driven program in publishing.
The shortlist for this year’s Aspen Words Literary Prize features three novels and two short story collections.
The chatter is getting louder around the Simon & Schuster sale story, with News Corp arriving as another name associated with the process.
The clamor on the United States market in political books is reaching a pre-election crescendo this week. NPD sees a a record for the genre.