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Top 5 Publishing News Stories 4/3-4/7

Every week we recommend 5 publishing news stories that young book professionals should read to feel more connected to what’s going on in the industry. There are only 5, so even if you weren’t able to read a thing all week, these should help keep you in the know. Flatiron landed three books by the Bidens. After being purchased by Kobo, print-digital bundler Shelfie is back. George Takei will publish a graphic memoir about his time in a Japanese internment camp. The budget of Maria Pallante’s Copyright Office is under scrutiny.  Penguin Random House expands its presence […]

Top 5 Publishing News Stories 1/25-1/29

Every week we recommend 5 publishing news stories that young book professionals should read to feel more connected to what’s going on in the industry. There are only 5, so even if you weren’t able to read a thing all week, these should help keep you in the know. The Smithsonian is releasing a series of educational graphic novels. Lee and Low released their Diversity in Publishing survey results, and the findings reveal that publishing is an overwhelmingly white and female industry. Amazon is testing Kindle-specific gift cards in Washington State. Flatiron Books is […]

Book Jobs Not by the Book: Maris Kreizman, Publishing Community Manager at Kickstarter

Maris Kreizman is a Publishing Community Manager at Kickstarter. She was previously the Editorial Director of Digital Content for Barnes & Noble/NOOK and a book editor at Free Press/Simon & Schuster and Counterpoint/Basic Books. She’s also the creator of Slaughterhouse 90210, a blog and soon-to-be book (Flatiron Books, 2015) that celebrates the intersection of her two great loves–literature and TV. What was your first exposure to book business and what were the most important things you gained from it? I was a member of the last of class of the Radcliffe Publishing Course (now the Columbia Publishing […]