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  • American Bar Association Launches Trade Imprint

    The American Bar Association's publishing division is launching a trade imprint. Ankerwycke has just released its debut title, a legal thriller by blogger David Lat, to be followed by 34 titles in 2015.

  • News Briefs: Week of December 8, 2014

    In S&S reorg, Perl rises and Hirschhorn leaves and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • NAL To Publish 'Lost' Ayn Rand Novel

    'Ideal,' the first Ayn Rand novel to be released since 1957's 'Atlas Shrugged,' is set to be published by Penguin Random House imprint NAL on July 7, 2015.

  • HarperOne Launches New Line, HarperElixir

    HarperCollins’ HarperOne division will introduce a new line next fall dedicated to the body, mind, spirit category.

  • Rowling Commencement Speech to Be Published

    Little, Brown will release 'Very Good Lives,' a book version of J.K. Rowling's 2008 commencement speech at Harvard, on April 14, 2015.

  • News Briefs: Week of December 1, 2014

    HC to provide books for JetBlue’s Content Hub and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • Riverhead At 20

    Riverhead picked a good year to turn 20. In January, the Penguin Random House imprint released the bestselling On Such A Full Sea, by critical darling Chang-Rae Lee.

  • Whitaker Nixes Revisions to Cosby Bio...for Now

    The former 'Newsweek' editor and author of 'Cosby: His Life and Times' admitted he was wrong not to dig deeper into accusations that Cosby had repeatedly sexually assaulted women.

  • Amazon Releases Cornwell's 'Ripper' Kindle Single

    Amazon Publishing has released an essay by bestselling author Patricia Cornwell, which documents her investigation of Jack the Ripper for her 2002 title, 'Portrait of a Killer.'

  • HarperCollins to Provide Content for JetBlue

    HarperCollins Publishers has signed on as the exclusive book content partner for JetBlue's new inflight wi-fi program, Fly-Fi, which provides content to airline passengers.

  • News Briefs: Week of November 24, 2014

    Hachette agrees to buy Black Dog & Leventhal and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • The Zwirner Gallery Launches Imprint

    After years of producing books through partnerships, David Zwirner Gallery, one of the top contemporary art galleries in New York City, has launched David Zwirner Books, a standalone publishing unit based in Chelsea.

  • Last Gasp: Crowdfunding the Counter Culture

    Last Gasp Books, a San Francisco comics and art books publisher, crowdfunded its fall list after finding itself in a precarious financial situation.

  • Workman Restructures

    Dan Reynolds, who was named CEO of Workman Publishing Company in July, announced a restructuring at the company.

  • News Briefs: Week of November 17, 2014

    HBG sales fell 18% in third quarter and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • B&N Adds Print Option to Nook Press

    Barnes & Noble has added a print component to the services it provides to self-published authors.

  • Staff Restructuring at PRH Canada

    Yesterday, the publisher announced that Lynn Henry, who has been with Doubleday Canada since 2010, will take on the newly created role of publishing director of Knopf Canada, now reporting to PRH Canada publisher Anne Collins.

  • Pubs, Booksellers, Digesting HC Canada Moves

    Canadian publishers and booksellers are still digesting last week’s news that HarperCollins Canada will be getting out of the distribution business.

  • News Briefs: Week of November 10, 2014

    Open Road dodges $1 million bullet and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • Grand Central Goes All Out for 'In-House Favorite'

    For Christopher Scotton's debut novel, 'The Secret Wisdom of the Earth,' Grand Central Publishing has expanded its print run and marketing budget thanks to a torrent of in-house support.

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