Former FBI director James Comey's debut book, 'A Higher Loyalty,' has sold more than 600,000 copies since its publication last week, Flatiron Books president Bob Miller and publisher Amy Einhorn have reported.
Sin City built a playoffs-worthy NHL franchise in a year. Can it also build a literary oasis in the middle of the Mojave? If the 'Believer' Festival is any indication, that answer is yes.
PBS kicked off 'The Great American Read,' its forthcoming eight-episode documentary on reading in American Culture, by revealing the show’s list of America’s 100 best loved books in front of a lively crowd at the Morgan Library in Midtown Manhattan Friday morning.
The studio has acquired the estate of classic western novelist Zane Grey, with plans to revive the novelist's works and brand by developing film, TV, and publishing projects for a new generation.
Book sales of Dashner, Asher, and Alexie have taken some hits since they were accused of sexual and emotional harassment and abuse earlier this year.
In an effort to combat harassment in the creative fields, PEN America has published, on its website, a free Online Harassment Field Manual.
'George and Barbara Bush: The Great American Love Story,' by the Bushes' granddaughter, Ellie LeBlond Sosa, will release early following the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush.
In a joint venture with Mignon Fogarty, better known to her fans as Grammar Girl, Macmillan is producing the QDT podcast network, as well as a series of Quick and Dirty Tips books by Fogarty.
A jury found a number of companies owned by Philip Smyres guilty of copyright and trademark infringement for selling counterfeit textbooks. The textbook publishers that filed the suit were awarded $34 million in damages.
Yassmin Abdel-Magied, an Australian author and Muslim activist who was slated to speak at the PEN World Voices festival in New York this month, has been deported from the U.S.
The New York Rights Fair (NYRF) will become the official rights fair of BookExpo, starting this year. BookExpo’s rights center will move to NYRF, and BookExpo's rights oriented exhibitors will have the option to move to premium space at the NYRF.
The former director of the Feminist Press is launching Dottir Press, an independent publishing house that will specialize in books on women's issues.
The growth of hybrid publishing and the diversity of voices independent presses bring to publishing were among the topics at this year's IBPA Publishing University.
Libros in Español will take off on April 15 with “a couple of thousand” physical Spanish-language titles from the U.S., Spain, and Latin America, according to founder Filipe Silva.