R&L’s Religion Editor is Running at Full Speed

Rowman & Littlefield’s new senior executive religion editor Richard Brown discusses his plans for growing R&L’s frontlist, challenges in today’s religion publishing industry, and the need for books that “illuminate dark places of society and dark places of the soul.” Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2022-05-25 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Brown Joins R&L as Senior Executive Editor of Religion

Veteran university press and religion publisher Richard Brown will join Rowman & Littlefield as senior executive editor of religion and his tasks include reviving the company's Sheed & Ward Catholic book imprint. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

[ Publishers Weekly | 2022-03-22 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Habash Departs, Varno Named Fiction Reviews Editor at PW; Cramer Goes Full-Time

David Varno has been named fiction reviews editor, effective November 18, replacing Gabe Habash, who will leave the company on November 15. Phoebe Cramer is now a full-time associate reviews editor, covering genre fiction. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Obituary: Veronica Randall, Ten Speed Press Editor

Randall, who retired from Ten Speed in 2009 after 19 years with the company, died on August 12. She was 61. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishers Talk Trends and Titles with PW Religion Editors

Find out what’s happening in the religion and spirituality publishing industry following PW’s spring summit in New York City from March 14-15. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Phyllis Tickle, Founding PW Religion Editor, Dies

Religion expert, author, and PW founding religion editor Phyllis Tickle has died at age 81, leaving a legacy that reaches far beyond books. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Jones Rejoins Ten Speed to Run New Imprint

Lorena Jones has been named v-p and publisher of a currently unnamed new imprint at Ten Speed Press that will focus on cooking and lifestyle books. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Phyllis Tickle, Founding Religion Editor of Publishers Weekly, Is Writing Her Final Chapter

The religion authority, author, and pioneer in the coverage of spirituality and religion publishing has been diagnosed with inoperable stage 4 lung cancer. Still, she has book projects in the works and no plans to abandon them. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Seth Satterlee Named New PW Religion Reviews Editor

Publishers Weekly has a new spirituality and religion reviews editor: Seth Satterlee. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Religion Publishers Present Their Titles to PW Editors: A Preview of What’s Coming

In three days of meetings in the latest of our semiannual Religion Summits, fourteen religion/spirituality publishers presented their new and forthcoming books and talked about the challenges of the business. We heard about new voices to watch for and rising topics. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Religion Update February 2014: For Christian Fiction Editors, It’s Complicated

Acquiring editors face a daunting task when it comes to Christian and inspirational fiction: find gifted writers with strong voices presenting distinctive stories to lure readers looking for familiar yet unique, similar yet special books. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Bookspeed: full speed ahead

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PRH launches commissioning editor traineeship Next Editors

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Announcing a New Publishing Project and a Call for Co-Editors: Best Translations: An Annual Anthology, by The Editors of WLT

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Weekly E-Ranking: Kay runs away with longest-running non-fiction number one

Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt (Picador) has swiped the Weekly E-Ranking number one spot for a third week on the trot, making the junior doctor memoir the longest-running non-fiction number one in the chart’s history. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Google AMP beat Facebook Instant Articles, but publishers start to question AMP’s benefits

A new Chartbeat study found only one-third of publishers see clear evidence of a traffic increase from the fast-loading articles format. The post Google AMP beat Facebook Instant Articles, but publishers start to question AMP’s benefits appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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Fall 2015 Religion & Spirituality Announcements: Choosing Your Religion

Each fall, religion and spirituality publishers bring out a bounty of books for gift giving, course adoption, and general reading pleasure, as days grow short and life moves indoors. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BEA 2014: A Novel Run for Running Press

With the publication of Ben Mezrich’s Seven Wonders (Sept.), a fast-paced thriller with an Indiana Jones–type character at its center, Running Press is moving outside its comfort zone of lavish lifestyle, pop culture, and books on house and home. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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