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    James Patterson to Give Indies a $250,000 Bonus

    After offering $1 million in grants to indies last year, the bestselling author is continuing to show his support for bookseller "heroes" through holiday bonuses to those working on the frontline, ranging from $1,000 to $5,000.

  • Bookselling

    Sunny NAIBA 2015 Despite Hurricane Threat

    Where last year’s programming aimed at taking on Amazon, this year's NAIBA was geared to more practical matters—social media and offsite events—and how much indies pull above their weight on first day sales.

  • Promotional

    With 'Don't Suck, Don't Die' a Scholarly Press Pushes for a Trade Hit

    The University of Texas Press is trying to achieve something new with Kristin Hersh’s memoir 'Don’t Suck, Don’t Die: Giving Up Vic Chesnutt,'--a trade bestseller.

  • Libraries

    3M Sells Library Business to Bibliotheca; ProQuest Buys Ex Libris

    3M has sold its North American and global library businesses—including 3M Cloud Library, 3M’s upstart e-book lending service—to global library solutions company Bibliotheca.

  • Bookselling

    Perseus Taps FedEx for Rapid Book Replishment

    Beginning October 19, Perseus anticipates that outlets will receive shipments within an average of two days once books are sent from Perseus’s Jackson, Tenn. distribution center.

  • Publisher News

    Heyday Books Founder to Retire

    Malcolm Margolin, founder of Berkeley-based Heyday Books, will step down on December 31 after 41 years.

  • Shows & Events

    At PNBA, Moods Bolstered by Strong Bookstore Sector

    The regional trade show, held October 2-4 in Portland, Ore., show was unquestionably bolstered by the figures indicating that the independent bookstore is healthier than it has been in years.

  • Publisher News

    News Briefs: Week of October 5, 2015

    Suit against Pearson proceeds and more in this week's notable publishing news briefs.

  • Book Deals

    Book Deals: Week of October 5, 2015

    Jennifer Wiener goes kid friendly, taking a middle-grade trilogy to Aladdin; Viking nabs the new novel by Ruth Ozeki; Wattpad bestseller Kirsty Moseley lands at Forever; and more in this week's notable book deals.

  • Financial Reporting

    Industry Stocks: September 2015 Performances

    The Publishers Weekly Stock Index slipped 2.5% in September, a slightly worse performance than the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which dipped 1.5% in the month.

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