Again, Simon & Schuster’s zeal for expanding its strong political books list in nonfiction finds the Big Five house under fire.
Days before Republican John Boehner releases his party-pounding book from Macmillan, Trump’s vice-president gets a book deal of his own.
‘Globally, people turned to books’ in 2020, Markus Dohle says, and Penguin Random House parent Bertelsmann reports on a strong year.
The New York University Center for Publishing’s Summer Publishing Institute has three newly developed scholarships this year.
The shortlist for this year’s Aspen Words Literary Prize features three novels and two short story collections.
The controversial book of a right-wing senator–cancelled by Simon & Schuster–is now to be published by a conservative press S&S distributes.
Sarah Frier’s ‘No Filter’ takes the £30,000 Business Book of the Year honor, in a strong shortlist from the FT and McKinsey & Company.
Penguin Random House parent company Bertelsmann will acquire Simon & Schuster. If the sale is approved by regulators, the Big Five will become the the Big Four.
The chatter is getting louder around the Simon & Schuster sale story, with News Corp arriving as another name associated with the process.
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.