Under the transatlantic pressure of writers’ associations and unions, Audible offers a concession. And the authors say it’s not enough.
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 week of November 14 kicks off holiday shopping in the US. NPD reports the highest week of book sales so far this year.
Markets represented in our Rights Roundup today include Finland, Italy, USA, Norway, the Netherlands, Spain, Germany, and Switzerland.
Two major forces in US Christian publishing have entered a two-year partnership to extend their respective reach across their consumer bases.
Yu Miri and translator Morgan Giles win the 2020 National Book Awards category for translated literature, and Charles Yu wins for fiction.
The chatter is getting louder around the Simon & Schuster sale story, with News Corp arriving as another name associated with the process.
The University of Johannesburg becomes one of the schools that add some 200,000 works annually to ProQuest’s Dissertations & Theses program.
In his column today, Richard Charkin’s ‘Dear Jeff’ letter captures the publishing industry’s perennially conflicted viewpoints on Amazon.
Citing appellate court rulings that make the plaintiffs’ point, AAP and CCC decline to pursue further appeals in a 12-year-old case.