The new arrangment for Usborne’s children’s books sees HarperCollins taking over trade back-office functions by February 1.
The 11th iteration of University Press Week highlights ‘pressing social conversations’ and ‘vital scholarship,’ among other things.
A new look at Penguin Random House’s US ‘progress as we work toward a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace.’
Almost 50 years old, DK has had its best year in 2021 and its best half-year in 2022. We talk with co-CEOs Rebecca Smart and Paul Kelly.
The Latvian Literature program, its site, its translation funding, its authors, and its #IAmIntrovert campaign welcome Frankfurt’s trade visitors and exhibitors to its success story – at Hall 4.0 B2. (Sponsored)
Several guest-of-honor markets as well as the Czech Republic, France, Japan, the Philippines, Italy, and Greece are participating this year.
Emerald Publishing this year surveyed 1,199 researchers and added Indigenous voices to its research on inclusivity in academic publishing
‘Our workforce must reflect the society we live in,’ reads Penguin Random House’s frank new report on US staff and contributor demographics.
Before the next ‘boom’ comes, Juliette Kayyem says in her new book from Hachette’s Public Affairs, ‘We need to stop being surprised.’
The release in September from Guernica Editions will be the first English translation published of an Ivan Baidak novel.