Tuesday, December 22, 2015

The Roundup with PW

PW's Top Publishing Stories of 2015
Without a face-off between a Big Five publisher and the world’s largest bookseller (a la Hachette vs. Amazon), or a major e-book price-fixing case (a la the Department of Justice v. Apple), 2015 was, by trade standards, a quiet year. As such, it was marked by unexpected new books from two bestsellers: E.L. James and Harper Lee. more »

Nine Books for 'Outlander' Fans: Readers of Diana Gabaldon’s multi-genre novels are certain to love titles such as 'Indigo' by Beverly Jenkins and more.

First Foer Novel in a Decade Coming: Farrar, Straus and Giroux will publish Jonathan Safran Foer's first novel in 11 years, 'Here I Am,' next Fall.

Car Crashes Into Raleigh Bookstore: No one was injured at Quail Ridge Books after a car crashed through the entrance on Sunday afternoon.

Can B&N Avoid Borders' Fate?: Professors at Wharton business school discuss the chance B&N has to successfully remake itself in the digital age.

Rodale Fires More Execs: Two months after the company president's departure, four long-serving executives and 10 other employees were let go at Rodale Inc.


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