New York Comic Con held an exhausting yet exhilarating annual celebration of comics and pop culture October 12–15, where new imprints, partnerships, and plenty of dealmaking took place alongside cosplay, massive manga character balloons, and immersive activations.
The Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers Association's fall conference in Denver was filled with high energy for its 400 total participants, as publishing industry veterans met up with the next generation of booksellers inside and outside the exhibit hall.
The Mountains & Plains Indie Booksellers Association's annual FallCon kicked off quietly Wednesday afternoon, but quickly picked up steam Thursday as more than 200 booksellers gathered in Denver to network with each other and to meet authors.
At our September 27 webinar, Artificial Intelligence: Revolution and Opportunity in Trade Publishing, panelists offered firsthand accounts of how the technology is impacting three core publishing operations: editorial, marketing, and production.
'Artificial Intelligence: Revolution and Opportunity in Trade Publishing,' held on September 27, found book publishing and technology experts alike taking a long look at the fast-developing AI technologies causing a stir in the industry and determining that, despite concerns, they ultimately augured positive change for the book business.
The Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association concluded its Fall Tradeshow in Portland, Ore., with an author breakfast and bookseller education programming.
The Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association devoted its Fall Tradeshow’s second day to the exhibition hall, a membership meeting, and events to celebrate 40 authors and their new books.
Opus & Olives, a gala fundraiser sponsored by the Friends of the St. Paul Public Library, is celebrating its 20th anniversary on October 8. The annual event is one of the most successful public library fundraisers in the U.S.