Developing ‘global governance around combating anti-science,’ writes Peter Hotez in his new book, is key to ‘Preventing the Next Pandemic.’
The new partnership between two universities, Howard and Columbia, is another example of a diversity-driven program in publishing.
The New York University Center for Publishing’s Summer Publishing Institute has three newly developed scholarships this year.
US books sales in 2020 were mixed, with AAP reporting trade book revenues up but declines in K-12 and higher education materials.
The annual Audie Awards program for audiobooks, now in its 26th year, prepares for a digital awards ceremony on March 22, having started with some 1,500 submissions in the pandemic year.
Three winning university students and three instructors are honored by a new Black Stories program from Macmillan Learning.
The shortlist for this year’s Aspen Words Literary Prize features three novels and two short story collections.
‘A streamlined modern interface’ is promised in the coming rebuild of the Web-based international book ordering system.
The new program from Princeton’s press offers book-development guidance and mentoring, first to writers working in science and mathematics.
Ruth Dickey, the executive director of Seattle Arts & Lectures, is to take up her new post with the National Book Foundation on May 17.