Quarto Iberoamericana will be overseen with Quarto Group's longtime partner, the Argentina-based Catapulta Editores. It will publish 20 books a year, starting in fall 2017.
At the 2017 PEN Literary Gala, Macmillan CEO John Sargent spoke to a room filled with publishing luminaries about the importance of the First Amendment.
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.
At the Book Industry Study Group's Making Information Pay conference NPD BookScan revealed that in 2016 hardcovers outsold e-books for the first time in five years, while audiobooks now account for $1.77 billion in sales.
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.
The new initiative. #ProjectReadathon Million Minutes, encourages children to read in communities throughout North America.
This month, Polis books will publish 'Dangerous Ends,' the third novel in the Pete Fernandez mystery series written by Segura, who is also senior v-p of publicity and marketing at Archie Comics.
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.
The conference is fast approaching and there have been a few late additions to the stellar lineup of presenters sharing new and disruptive business ideas from the tech industry.