Formerly at Wiley and its US$500 million subscription business, Terri Teleen becomes president of Emerald’s North American division.
In England: The Women’s Prize for Fiction Names Its 2023 Shortlist
The Women’s Prize 2023 shortlisted books are called by the jury ‘ambitious, diverse, thoughtful, hard-hitting and emotionally engaging.’
From Richard Charkin’s ‘My Back Pages’: ‘The Culture of Bloomsbury and Industry Progress’
A ‘Miss Pergamon’ contest, Bloomsbury, and ‘prominent roles taken by women,’ in this excerpt from Richard Charkin’s forthcoming memoir.
International Women’s Day: PublisHer’s Bologna Stand
The new PublisHer pavilion at Bologna International Book Fair co-hosts an International Women’s Day breakfast with Kids Can Press.
International Women’s Day: The Women’s Prize for Fiction Names a 2023 Longlist
On the eve of International Women’s Day, the Women’s Prize for Fiction in England names 16 novels to its £30,000 longlist.
Pasoli and Thomas on the 60th Bologna Book Fair Opening
With a buoyant mood and a new coalition of new features, Bologna Children’s Book Fair beats its own record for its number of exhibitors.
IPA’s Events Lineup at Bologna Children’s Book Fair
The International Publishers Association leadership will be at Bologna Children’s Book Fair in a series of high-profile events.
At Bologna: PublisHer Will Have Its First Trade Show Stand
Staging programming on its own stand, PublisHer opens a new chapter in its leadership position among women in publishing.
England’s Women’s Prize Adds a Nonfiction Award
Twenty-eight years after being established, the Women’s Prize for Fiction is to get a nonfiction sister award in the United Kingdom.
Penguin Random House’s Madeline McIntosh To Step Down
‘I am here for every single one of you, now and in the future,’ Madeline McIntosh tells PRH staff in a heartfelt memo.