Today’s COVID-19 reference comes from one of the industry’s most internationalized corporations, Copyright Clearance Center: home education.
Macmillan CEO John Sargent reverses his controversial stance on library ebooks, and Penguin Random House announces a discounted digital books amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The books business is beginning its largest test of remote staffing, as publishers shift from urging to ordering employees to stay home amid the outbreak.
Our roundup today includes international book business event information from New Zealand, Colombia, Spain, Tunisia, and the United States.
The publication date moves to May for the controversial White House memoir of Donald Trump’s former national security advisor John Bolton.
Leadership at Holtzbrinck’s Rowohlt in Germany goes to Nicola Bartels as PRH USA’s Madeline McIntosh names Maya Mavjee and Reagan Arthur at Knopf.
As the Senate opens the trial of the impeached Donald Trump, American political nonfiction rises on the updraft of media coverage.
The publisher of Flatiron Books now leads Macmillan’s Henry Holt. And New York’s Scandinavia House hosts a reception for Frankfurt Guest of Honor Norway.
Described by Macmillan’s Henry Holt as depicting ‘a president who is increasingly volatile,’ the new book covers Donald Trump’s second year in office.
Making educational materials available to all, regardless of students’ disabilities, is the aim of the Benetech ‘Global Certified Accessible’ accreditation.