The American Booksellers Association’s virtual Winter Institute attracted 1,971 participants last month, up from the 1,500 people who attended last year’s live meeting in Baltimore.
In the latest installment of NYU's Media Talk series, Brit Bennett and her editor and marketing director discuss what made her sophomore novel, 'The Vanishing Half,' such a success.
The PubWest 2021 conference opened with a discussion on new digital marketing efforts while Gibbs Smith's Brad Farmer and Nicole Sullivan of Denver's BookBar shared observations about the current state of publishing and bookselling.
A list of canceled events, closed facilities, impacted industry functions and policies, and more to help book business professionals navigate the new coronavirus and its impact on the industry.
Publishers Weekly will launch a new American publishing trade fair. The U.S. Book Show will run virtually May 26-28 and will offer events and programming for the domestic and international publishing industry, including booksellers, librarians, publishers, and self-published authors.
Most book fairs, festivals, and conferences moved online last year—and the event schedule for 2021 is still a work in progress.