The charitable organization, which delivers e-books to disadvantaged communities around the world, continues to grow and has launched several new projects.
Guillaume Musso’s latest mystery, 'The Secret Lives of Writers,' debuted at the top of the French fiction bestseller list late in April; Little, Brown is Musso’s U.S. publisher and is releasing 'The Reunion' in July.
Norway hosts the annual conference of the International Congress of Young Booksellers.
Sweden-based Storytel has combined digital audiobook retailing and print publishing to establish itself as a force in European media with global aspirations.
Books imported from China face a possible 25% tariff if a new round of tariffs proposed by the Trump administration is enacted. A publisher called the potential for such a tariff "a frightening prospect."
Founded in 1991 in Winnipeg, the company has grown to become Canada’s largest distributor of academic, professional, and STM titles.
New research shows 94% of British professional authors are white, which Society of Authors chief executive Nicola Solomon says has implications for writing "becoming an elitist profession."
A new report released by BookNet Canada revealed that some 60% of Canadians are actively seeking out diverse reading material about or originating from under-represented minorities.
Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial has acquired Barcelona-based publishing house Ediciones Salamandra, the Spanish publisher of J.K. Rowling and numerous international bestselling authors.
The London Book Fair has named the United Arab Emirate of Sharjah as the Market Focus of the London Book Fair 2020.