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Top 5 Publishing News Stories 6/20-6/24

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. Travel book publisher Fodor’s will be purchased by Internet Brands. The aftermath of Brexit promises to have serious trade implications in Britain. Consumers across ereading platforms received credits to their accounts per Apple‘s antitrust ruling in the Supreme Court. Thomas Dunne Books is being revamped into […]

Top 5 Publishing News Stories 3/14-3/18

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. Now that the mass market paperback of To Kill a Mockingbird will be discontinued, HarperCollins is selling the book at a discount to schools. The Authors Guild’s case against Google’s library scanning program will head to the Supreme Court. Barnes & Noble redesigned their website. […]

Top 5 Publishing News Stories 3/7-3/11

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. Publishers are petitioning the White House and Congress to end the Cuba trade embargo for books and educational materials. Barnes & Noble Education announced it will replace its digital textbook platform Yuzu with VitalSource. The Supreme Court denied Apple’s appeal in its ebook pricing-fixing case, […]

Top 5 Publishing News Stories 2/8-2/12

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 former publisher of Guernica magazine, Lisa Lucas, will become the new executive director of the National Book Foundation. Elena Ferrante’s bestselling Neapolitan novels will become a TV series. Simon & Schuster announced a new YA dedicated website, Riveted. A group of authors are taking […]

Top 5 Publishing News Stories 11/30-12/4

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 city that spends the most money on books, Washington DC, will soon only have independent bookstores. In the ebook price fixing case, Barnes & Noble, Authors Guild, Authors United, and the American Booksellers Association filed a brief with the Supreme Court in support of Apple. […]

Top 5 Publishing News Stories 9/14-9/18

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 second case against Author Solutions was dismissed, ending their two-year long lawsuits. Apple wants to take its price-fixing case to the Supreme Court. The EU announced plans to propose an amendment of the new VAT regulations to create exemptions for small businesses, including some that sell ebooks. The Man […]

Top 5 Publishing News Stories 3/2-3/6

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. Ebook sales are slowing down, which in turn, means publisher revenues are also going down. A European court ruled that ebooks will not get the same tax cuts as paper books do. Coffee House announced their first imprint, Emily Books. A Supreme Court judge ruled […]