Year’s End: An already exceptionally busy year for nonfiction gets even hotter as US adult nonfiction print sales move 257 million units.
‘James Baldwin didn’t have to go out and get votes,’ says Barack Obama in a taped interview in the PEN America gala.
‘Those hours not spent commuting’ are on Richard Charkin’s list, as he tots up reasons for ‘a degree of optimism’ in book publishing.
The first Amazon Crossing translation was released 10 years ago today. Born into a political season, the imprint is widening its own campaign.
The daughter of a Welsh mother and Jamaican father, Hazel Carby wins the Nayef Al-Rodhan Prize for her treatment of her family’s story.
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.
First rolled out during the 2018 US midterm elections, the ‘Book the Vote’ program offers voter information and political literature.
Produced in English and adding content at a rapid clip, Deutsche Welle’s DW Books is widely internationalized and themed to current affairs.
Penguin Random House plans its worldwide release of A Promised Land, volume 1 of this presidential memoir by Barack Obama, on November 17.
‘Converging in their concern with the legacies of empire,’ five titles are named by the £25,000 Al-Rodhan Prize program in London.