Penguin Random House — along with the Iowa State Education Association, authors, students, and educators — is taking Iowa to court for its law against sexual content in books.
Bookwire’s ‘WAY’ audiobook services are launching in new markets and will be available to French-language publishers early in 2024.
The co-founders of London’s Swift Press talk about publishing Richard Reeves’ ‘Of Boys and Men’ in the United Kingdom’s book business.
The Audio Publishers Association’s Michele Cobb sees a steady gain by audiobooks in the United States’ publishing marketplace.
The widely criticized ‘HB 900′ signed by Texas’ governor is challenged by briefs aimed at keeping its implementation blocked.
In our Roundup, we feature work originating in Polish, Finnish, English, Italian, Danish, and Turkish.
The US National Book Awards’ ceremony in New York City concludes with an earnest, respectful appeal for a ‘humanitarian cease-fire’ in Gaza.
In a move to bring the US and UK Hachette divisions closer, London’s David Shelley is becoming CEO of both units.
David Steinberger will lead the 74th National Book Awards again, and is a key speaker in January’s NYU Advanced Publishing Institute.
The Guest of Honor EU program at Guadalajara includes a three-day program for European, Latin American, and Caribbean professionals.