After Hachette Book Group employees walk out in protest–and Ronan Farrow breaks with the publisher–the Big Five house reverses course on Woody Allen’s memoir.
Between 75 and 100 Hachette Book Group employees in New York City and Boston condemn their publisher’s acquisition of Woody Allen’s autobiography, as Ronan Farrow leaves Hachette in protest.
As Frankfurt 2018 kicks off, Publishing Perspectives spoke with a number of literary agents about their books and deals this year.
What’s changed in a career like Kate Hibbert’s? ‘The status of rights selling,’ says this historian’s daughter who’s seen a lot of the industry.
The ebook-soundtrack company Booktrack announces an arrangement with Little, Brown on novellas for young people, following years of work in ‘Booktrack Classroom.’
‘For publishers,’ says author and publisher Michael Baskhar, curation is ‘about the value of what we do in a world where there is, frankly, far too much to read
Jonathan Taplin—producer of ‘Mean Streets’—will lead Digital Book World’s keynotes with a warning: publishing may be ‘sleeping through a revolution.’
Strong leadership in publishing is welcome, but as new publishing leaders step forward, one realizes all are mere ‘temporary custodians.’
As the UK’s top publishing industry awards —The Nibbies — celebrates 25 years. Roger Tagholm reflects on why such prizes continue to matter so much.
I am Malala, an autobiography by the Pakistani girl shot by the Taliban, has sold into 21 countries so far and is one of Little, Brown’s biggest titles this fall.