Today’s COVID-19 reference comes from one of the industry’s most internationalized corporations, Copyright Clearance Center: home education.
A hot summer’s debate at The New York Times around ‘fake and illegitimate’ online book sales. Amazon asserts a remedy may take more industry cooperation.
When it’s ‘impossible for suppliers to reach their consumers without’ platforms the publishers’ association argues, market power ‘warrants close scrutiny.’
In a Times report on counterfeited book sales online—and a ringing response from Amazon—a long-growing publishing retail debate moves into the spotlight.
General Growth Properties states that its CEO’s comment about Amazon bookstore expansion “was not intended to represent Amazon’s plans” after widespread speculation about hundreds of new stores sweeps industry.
Ted Cruz’s book was left off the New York Times bestseller list after accusations it was bought in bulk, sparking a debate about how the list is compiled.
The literary magazines at a Barnes & Noble include Tin House, The Paris Review, Mad Magazine and comics, while a New York Times renewal offers a year for $1099.
Publishing Perspectives’ inaugural children’s book conference offered up some fascinating answers to the question of what makes for a truly great kid’s book.
If you’re looking for Lewis Manalo’s critique of Sebastian Junger’s War as referenced by David Carr today in the New York Times, you can find it by clicking here.
By Erin L. Cox On May 5th, I wrote a blog post shamelessly asking for Book Expo America party invites. I have been asked for some follow-up, so I wanted to let you know that two weeks later, I have a few real party invites and a few reminders to come to big events/soirees. With just a few days left until BEA, …