During his Winter Institute 13 keynote address, author Junot Diaz delivered a blistering political statement urging the publishing industry to "stop talking about diversity and start decolonizing our shelves."
The Independent Publishers Caucus, a new advocacy organization, met during WI13 in Memphis on Monday. Topics of discussion included funding the group and developing stronger ties between indie presses and indie booksellers.
Founded in 2009, OR was designed to be a new kind of publisher with a new kind of business model. Almost a decade later, that's still mostly true.
ReedPOP has unveiled a lineup of science fiction, mystery and thriller authors for BookCon 2018, which includes such authors as David Baldacci, Sandra Brown, Brad Meltzer, and Walter Mosley.
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With the extraordinary interest for Michael Wolff's tell-all about the Trump White House catching Holt by surprise, the publisher was able to ship enough copies to accounts to meet at least some of the demand for the book last week.
We’ve gathered a selection of children’s and YA authors to meet at this year’s Winter Institute, will take place January 22–25 in Memphis.
The Great American Read, a PBS-produced documentary series on reading in American culture that will debut in the spring, announced the authors, media celebrities and literary experts that are taking part in the program.
With most retailers waiting for in-demand copies of Michael Wolff’s 'Fire and Fury,' publisher Henry Holt announced that it has just shipped more than 700,000 copies of the title. The Macmillan imprint said it has more than 1.4 million copies on order.
PW' editorial director Jim Milliot examines Macmillan's resolution to stand firm against threats from President Trump, and 'PW' publishes Macmillan CEO John Sargent's letter to staff on the matter.