American Booksellers Association c.e.o. Oren Teicher has said he plans to retire at the end of this year.
Penguin Random House is partnering with the Black Girl Festival to create a free three-day event at Canada Water Library celebrating Michelle Obama’s memoir Becoming (Viking).... Read more
A number of deals concluded as London Book Fair came to a close, such as a book on resilience from athlete Ross Edgeley to HarperCollins and news... Read more
Wiley has announced a combined open access and subscription agreement with Norway's research institutions, just as the country made public that it had decided not... Read more
Former PRH Australia publishing director Ben Ball will be joining Scribner at Simon & Schuster Australia.
PRH Ireland press officer Aimée Johnston has flown out to the Maldives for a three-month stint at the world’s most remote bookshop. ... Read more
English PEN is marking the milestone of having supported 250 titles via its Writers in Translation programme, launched in 2006.
Margaret Atwood will celebrate the publication of The Handmaid’s Tale sequel, The Testaments (Chatto & Windus), with a live global cinema event in September, followed by a six-date tour... Read more
W H Smith has marked its entry into the Dutch market with its first store opening at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol as the retailer expands its... Read more
Revenues from streaming companies skyrocketed by 33.4% in Sweden in 2018, according to annual research by the Swedish Publishers Association and the Swedish Booksellers Association.
The London Book Fair has revealed its full author line-up for 2019 with Karin Slaughter appearing as well as Elif Shafak, Kit de Waal, Lara... Read more
Penguin Random House has unveiled its inaugural list for its South East Asia arm featuring 93 titles.
A new censorship crackdown in China has led to Beijing officals checking all books being printed in the country for maps, causing delays of up to... Read more
Books from Fitzcarraldo Editions, Tilted Axis Press and Peirene Press have been shortlisted for the €20,000 EBRD Literature Prize.
Simon & Schuster's worldwide revenues for 2018 dipped fractionally to $825m from $830m in 2017, parent company CBS has said.
Issue No 5835
Friday, March 22 2019
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