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    An Editor Finds Her Seoul-Mates

    Mary Cash, v-p and editor-in-chief of Holiday House, reports on her trip to the Seoul International Book Fair in South Korea.

  • Obituaries

    Obituary: Alan Rutsky

    Alan Rutsky, CFO of Rizzoli International Publications, died on June 28. He was 67.

  • Publisher News

    With New Distribution Deal, Pittsburgh Animal Media Group Bets Bigger on Books

    Animal Media Group, an independent media and book production company that is looking to ramp up its presence in the book trade, has signed a two year distribution deal with Consortium.

  • Religion

    Small Space, Big Plans at ICRS 2016

    Attendance at the International Christian Retail Show, held June 26-29 in Cincinnati, fell 29.5% from last year, but the CBA president revealed a new merchandising plan to help boost Christian retailers.

  • Bookselling

    Bookstore News: June 30, 2016

    A former corrections officer to open a bookshop in Utah; a rabbi and children's author turns bookseller in D.C.; Kansas University Jayhawks will need to find a new bookstore; and more.

  • Publisher News

    Harper Acquires Business Book from Microsoft CEO

    Harper Business has acquired world English rights to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s first book, 'Hit Refresh,' which is slated to hit shelves in fall 2017.

  • Publisher News

    Norton to Publish Gaiman’s ‘Norse Mythology’ in 2017

    Bestselling novelist Neil Gaiman's retelling of the classic Norse myths will be published as a hardcover and e-book in February 2017.

  • Publisher News

    'Girl On the Train' Finally Hits Paperback

    After selling over 4 million copies in the U.S. alone, in hardcover and e-book, Riverhead Books will release the trade paperback edition of Paula Hawkins' runaway bestseller on July 12.

  • Bookselling

    One-Time Charges Lead to Drop in Earnings at Barnes & Noble Education

    Revenue at the college store operator rose 1.7% in fiscal 2016, but restructuring charges tied to outsourcing its digital education platform led to a decline in earnings.

  • People

    Sara Nelson Heading to HarperCollins

    Nelson, currently editorial director for Books and Kindle at Amazon (and formerly editor-in-chief of 'Publishers Weekly'), is joining the publisher's Harper imprint as v-p, executive editor and special advisor to the publisher, Jonathan Burnham.

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