Barnes & Noble Education has acquired Student Brands, a direct-to-student subscription-based writing skills service, for $58.5 million.
Citing personal circumstances, Dzanc Books' Guy Intoci is stepping down this month as publisher and editor-in-chief at the small literary press. He will be replaced by senior editor Michelle Dotter.
Macmillan Publishers has signed a 20-year lease at 120 Broadway, called the "Equitable Building," in lower Manhattan, and will leave Chelsea's iconic Flatiron Building.
The summer 2018-slated Great American Read is an eight-part TV series that will explore the power of books in American society. The show will culminate with a list of the top 10 books ever written, according to the general public.
Hillary Clinton's anticipated new memoir, due out September 12, has been given a title. Simon & Schuster said the book, which will focus on Clinton's defeat in the recent presidential election, will be called 'What Happened.'
Skybound Books, a co-publishing agreement between Atria and The Walking Dead creator's multi-platform entertainment company Skybound Entertainment, will focus on science fiction, fantasy, and horror. It will be overseen by Michael Braff, who is based in L.A.
The left-wing press is closing on a historic mansion in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood, following an outcry from a faction of residents who tried to block the publisher from moving in.
At the Saturday night event in New York City, Noah Hawley became the first author to win an ITW Best Novel Award and an Edgar for the same book, 'Before the Fall.' Nick Petrie took home the Best First Novel award for his book, 'The Drifter.'
The 'Dangerous' author has filed a $10 million lawsuit against his former publisher, Simon & Schuster. Is it a publicity stunt? Or can he prevail?