Producing practical books for Muslims in contemporary culture, Ottawa’s Qurtuba Publishing House considers readers’ responsibility as well as society’s.
Bangladeshi publisher Faysal Arefin Dipan was hacked to death in a string of attacks on secular writers and publishers in Dhaka.
Kevin DiCamillo explains how monk and author Thomas Merton’s influence on Catholic and Christian publishing still resonates today.
Three twenty-something Somali-Canadian siblings have launched Qurtuba Publishing House focusing on Muslim-interest titles, covering business and more.
Vassula Rydén’s memoir, Heaven is Real But So is Hell, transcribes her encounters with God and is becoming a hit with 50k copies already sold in the US.
When it comes to print books, sometimes innovation means returning to ancient methodologies. To wit: the creation of the new, Illuminated St. John’s Bible.
Pope Francis has given a boost to Jesuit publishers like Loyola Press, which has found a strong renewed interest in its books tied to Jesuit Catholicism.
Ben Denckla continues his discussion of the challenges of creating ebooks that incorporate challenging elements present in a wide variety of Jewish books.
Beverly Hills rabbi David Wolpe seems tailor-made for silver screen stardom, but it took a book about a King David to convince Hollywood to call.
As Paris reels from the murders at Charlie Hebdo magazine, the controversial novel by Michel Houellebecq, star of the magazine’s new issue, is published.