Sudden death of publisher Hendrik teNeues mourned by his family company

The TeNeues Media Group is mourning the death of publisher Hendrik teNeues, who passed away in Munich last week at the age of 67. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2019-10-18 07:06:49 UTC ]
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Publishing Industry Mourns the Death of Rachel Held Evans

Rachel Held Evans, progressive Christian author of ‘A Year of Biblical Womanhood’ and other well-received titles, passed away on May 4, according to her husband. She was 37. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The publishing company that's only publishing female authors in 2018

One publishing company has taken up a challenge to put out only books by female authors this year. Continue reading at BBC News

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Adams Publishing Group, LLC Acquires Chronotype Publishing Company

Adams Publishing Group, LLC announced today that it has purchased the assets of Chronotype Publishing Company located in Rice Lake, Wisconsin. The acquisition includes The Chronotype, Northwestern Wisconsin’s largest weekly newspaper, and T ... Continue reading at Editor & Publisher

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Colin Kaepernick to release memoir through his own new publishing company

Colin Kaepernick announced on Thursday that he will release a memoir this year under his new imprint, Kaepernick Publishing. He also has partnered with Audible for a multiproject deal. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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First published in 1924, ‘Still She Wished for Company’ makes for a delicious, if bittersweet, Valentine’s Day treat

The novel, which enters the public domain this year, is one of the pioneering works of paranormal or “time-slip” romance. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Cairo international book fair turns away jailed publisher's company

Khaled Lotfy, whose firm Tanmia published a new edition of a book about Egyptian double agent Ashraf Marwan, has been sentenced to five yearsCairo international book fair has excluded imprisoned publisher Khaled Lotfy’s firm from the event citing “security reasons”, the International Publishers... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Walker to publish Michael Rosen's family tale of the Second World War

Walker Books will publish Michael Rosen’s The Missing; The True Story of my Family in World War Two in January 2020. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Findlay Publishing Company Sold to Ogden Newspapers

Ogden Newspapers will purchase The Courier of Findlay and the Review Times of Fostoria from the Findlay Publishing Co., according Continue reading at Editor & Publisher

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The UK’s Tom Fickling, a ‘Sudden’ Publisher of Philip Pullman

Tom Fickling finds himself the publisher of one of the UK’s most successul authors and a partner of the world’s largest trade book publisher. The post The UK’s Tom Fickling, a ‘Sudden’ Publisher of Philip Pullman appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

[ Publishing Perspectives | 2019-11-07 06:30:54 UTC ]
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Faber to publish Lyra McKee anthology to mark anniversary of her death

Faber will publish an anthology of journalist’s Lyra McKee’s work to mark the anniversary of her death. Continue reading at The Bookseller

[ The Bookseller | 2019-09-11 00:46:39 UTC ]
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Do Publishers Suddenly Hate Libraries?

Why the tension between libraries and publishers is ramping up in the e-book market—and why we must tamp it down. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

[ Publishers Weekly | 2019-08-16 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Two Families Linked By Secrets, Deaths, and Regrets

Regina Porter’s debut novel The Travelers includes short chapters, photos, and a compendium of voices—a full cast is listed in the front matter. This includes the Vincents, with patriarch “the man James” and his son Rufus; the Christies, headed by Eddie and Agnes with their daughters Claudia... Continue reading at Electric Literature

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Toy Company Melissa & Doug Commits to Publishing

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Seven Dials bags family cookbook in four-publisher auction

Seven Dials has snapped up Feed Your Family For £20 a Week by Lorna Cooper within 24 hours of submission, following a whirlwind four-publisher auction with multiple pre-empt attempts. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Comcast sells arts-and-crafts publishing company

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In Good Company: Why Publishers Need to Communicate the Value of Premium Context

No one likes to have their words taken out of context. Yet there are a slew of popular sayings that suffer from chronic misuse for this very reason. Everyone knows that “love makes the world go ‘round,” right? This seemingly altruistic phrase actually comes from "Alice's Adventures in... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Former OUP publisher launches inclusive fiction development company

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These moms couldn’t find bilingual books. So they started a publishing company

Patty Rodriguez and Ariana Stein started Lil’ Libros in 2014 because they had trouble finding children’s books in both English and Spanish. The Huntington Park company now has 14 titles, all written by the co-founders, and brought in $1 million in sales last year, a feat the pair never thought... Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Ad buyers: Don’t blame us for the death of the publishing middle class

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