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Brooklyn Poets Take Center Stage In New Anthology
April 14, 2017

A new anthology co-published by a Brooklyn-based nonprofit and a neighboring small press is being billed as the first book to spotlight contemporary poetry written specifically by poets from, or living in, the New York City borough.

New Internationalist Surpasses Crowdfunding Goal
April 14, 2017

The British employee-owned book and magazine publishing cooperative surpassed the goal of its recent crowdfunding campaign by 40%, receiving over $800,000 from more than 340,000 people.

At IBPA Meeting, A Push for Parity
April 10, 2017

Working to level the playing field for independent publishers, as well as for self-publishers and hybrid publishers, was one of the big topics at the IBPA's Publishing University held April 7-8 in Portland, Ore.

'Paris Review' Revels at Cipriani's
April 6, 2017

Amid talk of the U.S. government defunding the arts, the 'Paris Review' sticks to its 65-year fundraising tradition—its annual Revel.

PubTech Connect: Meet the Presenters
March 27, 2017

The PubTech Connect conferences features a stellar lineup of tech industry leaders. Here are interviews and articles about them.

Trump Budget Calls for Eliminating the NEA, NEH
March 16, 2017

President Trump's budget proposal for fiscal 2018 calls for completely eliminating funding for the NEA and NEH as well as a number of other domestic programs. The LitNet arts coalition called the NEA proposal "an assault on free expression."

In Face of NEA Cuts, Small Presses Worry About Their Futures
March 16, 2017

The elimination of the NEA, which is proposed in President Trump's just-released budget plan, could have a severe ripple effect on independent publishing, as hundreds of small presses depend on funding from the NEA to stay afloat.

Abrams Press's First Title Due in May
March 13, 2017

The first book to be released under Abrams Press, the new text-driven nonfiction imprint at Abrams Books, is 'Grocery' by food writer Michael Ruhlman. The title is scheduled to hit shelves on May 16.

John Parsley Named EIC At Dutton, Among Other Changes
March 9, 2017 at 11:00 pm

John Parsley, formerly v-p and executive editor at Little Brown, has been named v-p and editor-in-chief of Dutton. Berkley executive editor Brent Howard and the Caliber line will also move to Dutton.

Harlequin Launches Hanover Square Press
March 7, 2017 at 11:00 pm

Harlequin has announced the upcoming launch of Hanover Square Press, a new imprint publishing general fiction, narrative history, journalism, and memoir starting in January 2018.

Riggio Reiterates B&N's Commitment to Restoring Growth
March 7, 2017 at 11:00 pm

At the AAP's annual meeting held yesterday in New York City, Barnes & Noble CEO Len Riggio repeated statements he made last week about the retailer, saying the company must focus on restoring sales growth.

Hachette U.K. Acquires Bookouture
March 6, 2017 at 11:00 pm

Bookouture, the U.K.-based digital publishing company that had a number of titles hit high on Amazon's Kindle e-books bestselller list in 2016, has been acquired by Hachette U.K.