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Fast-Growing Independent Publishers, 2017

This content was originally published by on 7 April 2017 | 4:00 am. Source linkIn the more than 20 years PW has...

Telling Trump’s Story to Children: For Book Publishers, It’s Tricky

This content was originally published by KATHERINE ROSMAN on 6 April 2017 | 12:57 am. Source link...

Outrage as Belarus arrests authors, publishers and journalists in crackdown | Books

Human rights organisations have called on Belarusian authorities to drop all charges immediately against writers, publishers and journalists who have been arrested following a...

London book fair: UK publishers cheerfully splash cash as sales rise | Books

On the eve of the London book fair, publishers were excited by news that sales of physical books were up for the second year...

Prize set up to reward ‘brave, bold’ publishers goes to Fitzcarraldo | Books

Set up to reward “brave, bold and brilliant” small presses for taking risks on “niche fiction”, the inaugural Republic of Consciousness prize has been...

Publishers chased Katie Hopkins and Milo Yiannopoulos. But hate doesn’t sell | Chris McCrudden...

Publishing has always been a controversial industry. Its history of banned books, lawsuits and angry letters wouldn’t look out of place in the most...

Ukraine publishers speak out against ban on Russian books | Books

Ukrainian publishers have reacted angrily to their government’s ban on importing books from Russia, claiming it will create a black market and damage the...

American Publishers Return to Cuba

The second U.S. Publishing Mission to Cuba, an official contingent of American publishers and publishing professionals organized by Publishers Weekly and Combined Book Exhibit,...

Publishers, Amazon Not to Blame for Author Poverty Wages

After polling 1,674 Guild members, Mary Rasenberger, executive editor at the Authors Guild, created a splash a few weeks ago by claiming that most...

Indie Publishers Launch Advocacy Organization

While the emphasis at Winter Institute typically is on booksellers and on authors, Dan Simon of Seven Stories Press and Tom Hallock of Beacon...