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What's New for Books In Spanish
April 28, 2017

Ray Loriga wins the Premio Alfaguara literary award, Barcelona's Ediciones B adjusts to Penguin Random House rule, and more.

HMH Makes Another Round of Layoffs
April 25, 2017

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ramped up its cost cutting initiatives yesterday, laying off approximately 20 people in its trade division. The company would not comment on the number of job cuts, but admitted that "organizational changes" had been made.

Books Meet Tech At PubTechConnect
April 21, 2017

The inaugural conference found businesses beyond the book world bringing disruptive ideas to a publishing market staring down its digital future.

Quirks Work At Quirk Books
April 21, 2017

For the Philadelphia-based indie with more than a few surprise bestsellers in its tanks, Quirk's the name and quirk's the game.

Bill O'Reilly's Publisher Standing by Their Man
April 19, 2017

Bill O’Reilly has been a mainstay of the Henry Holt list for years and, at the moment, that is not changing. The Macmillan imprint told PW that it has no intention of altering its support of the bestselling author, despite his dismissal from Fox News.

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.