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Comey's Debut Sells More Than 600,000 In Its First Week
April 24, 2018

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.

PBS Unveils The Great American Read's 100 Most Loved Books
April 20, 2018

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.

HBG Reaches Out to the Community
April 20, 2018

Hachette Book Group held its first community service day on April 18, with close to 600 HBG employees from across all of its locations volunteering with one of 42 partner organizations.

KiCam Projects Opens Bookstore
April 16, 2018

KiCam Projects, an independent publisher based in Georgetown, Ohio, has opened a bookstore in nearby Mount Orab to serve suburban and rural readers on the outskirts of the Cincinnati area.

Publishers Win $34 Million in Counterfeit Textbook Suit
April 12, 2018

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.

HMH To Release New Tolkien
April 11, 2018

In August, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will publish 'The Fall of Gondolin' by J.R.R. Tolkien, the latest eponymous work by the legendary fantasy author.

New York Rights Fair Teams with BookExpo
April 11, 2018

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.

Skyhorse Reorg Leads to Cuts in Titles, Staff
April 10, 2018

Skyhorse Publishing has implemented a major reorganization that will reduce the total number of titles it publishes annually by about 25%, and cut 16 positions from its full-time staff of 77.