Morrow Launches Digital-First Mystery Line

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Ebook original mysteries continue to gain traction with publishers (see Kristi Chadwick’s 4/15 Genre Spotlight feature “Following Digital Clues”)  as HarperCollins’s William Morrow imprint announced the launch this October of Witness Impulse, a new digital -original mystery, suspense, and thriller line. Over 100 titles have already been acquired, and the initial release of ten titles […]

Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction & Nonfiction Shortlist Announced

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ALA announced its shortlist for the second annual Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction on Monday, April 23rd, naming three nominees in both fiction and nonfiction.

The Millions Launches Ebook Series

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Yesterday, book blog The Millions (which turns ten—an eon in internet years—in 2013) announced a series of short nonfiction ebooks called “The Millions Originals.” These shorts will be longer than the average long magazine article but shorter than the average book: they are nonfiction novellas, in other words. They can be purchased on Apple, Amazon, […]

Grey House To Publish Salem Press Material

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Salem Press, which was purchased in 2009 by EBSCO, is moving and shaking once again. Under a new exclusive license between EBSCO Publishing and Grey House, Salem’s literary, history, health, and science works will now be published by Grey House. The company is mainly known for its directories and other ready-reference content, and recently bought […]

I Did the Math: Towards a More Diverse NYT Notable Book List

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Of the New York Times’s 100 Notable Books of 2012, there are only 39 women, 16 authors of color, and a mere seven women of color. It’s the job of book review editors—as guides to the overwhelming volume of titles published every year—to draw readers’ attention to the kind of books that can broaden their world, that tell the kind of stories that have never been told in print before. These books are out there, but the New York Times needs to do a better job of finding and recognizing them.

Simon & Schuster’s New Self-Pub Venture Raises Eyebrows on Cost

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On Tuesday, Simon & Schuster tentatively dipped its toes into the lucrative self-publishing market with a service called Archway, launched in partnership with Author Solutions, Inc. (a company owned by Penguin parent company Pearson, but separately operated). The announcement has raised several eyebrows both for the service’s cost—which is thousands of dollars more than similar […]

Editors’ Picks from BookExpo America 2012: From Magick to BBQ & Backlist

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Editors’ Picks from BookExpo America 2012: From Magick to BBQ & Backlist

Nancy Pearl’s Book Lust Rediscoveries: Readalikes for a “Fool”

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Nancy Pearl’s Book Lust Rediscoveries: Readalikes for a “Fool”

Nancy Pearl’s Book Lust Rediscoveries: In with the “Old”

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Nancy Pearl’s Book Lust Rediscoveries: In with the “Old”

“God Bless David Bowie,” and Let’s Still Save Publishing: A First-Timer’s Adventures at the London Book Fair

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“God Bless David Bowie,” and Let’s Still Save Publishing: A First-Timer’s Adventures at the London Book Fair

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