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  • New Kids' Book Festival for Boston

    The Boston Book Festival is expanding with a free, day-long festival just for kids, Hubbub: Creative Commotion for Kids, at the close of the school year.

  • Bologna Prize for the Best Children's Publisher of the Year

    The winners for the Best Children's Publisher of the Year were announced in Sala Borsa in Bologna on Monday, March 30.

  • Fixing Prices at IPA

    A session on fixed book prices drew a large audience on the last day of the IPA Congress.

  • Piracy, Free Speech Hot Topics at IPA

    While anti-piracy efforts are gaining some traction in some parts of the world, freedom of speech is under mounting pressure in a number of countries, including China and Russia, speakers at the IPA Congress reported.

  • NYC Teen Author Festival in Photos

    The eighth annual NYC Teen Author Festival featured events throughout the week of March 15-23. Several authors participated, and shared photos from the event across social media.

  • IPA Congress Focuses on the Publisher’s Role in a Digital Economy

    The three-day international event kicked off on March 24 with an opening speech from Elsevier chairman Y. S. Chi, who emphasized the need to regard industry changes as opportunities instead of threats.

  • At AAP Annual Meeting Speakers Tackle Technology, Free Speech

    Three topics that publishers have been dealing with in recent years--technology, data, and free speech--were addressed in a series of lively presentations at the Association of American Publishers’ annual meeting.

  • Partnership Continues to Be a Success for SIBA,GABBS

    The third joint outing between the Southern Independent Bookstore Alliance and the Great American Bargain Book Show, held last week, led to a bigger turnout for both SIBA's day of member programming, and GABBS's trade show.

  • AWP 2015: PW's Panel Picks

    Here is our list of must-see publishing-related events at the 2015 AWP conference.

  • AWP 2015: What To Do When You're Done With Panel Discussions

    Attendees at AWP’s 2015 conference will sometimes want to break out of the cavernous halls of the convention center. Here's what you need to know.

  • Navigating AWP 2015: A Little Help from Your Friends at PW

    PW's guide to making the most of this year's AWP AWP Conference & Bookfair, from the show itself to can't-miss activities in the Twin Cities.

  • In Brief: North Texas Teen Book Festival

    The festival featured more than 40 authors who spoke on panels, signed copies of their books, and met with readers.

  • Florida Antiquarian Book Fair Adds Literary Festival

    The Florida Antiquarian Book Fair, set this year for March 13-15 at the St. Petersburg Coliseum, is already the oldest and largest event of its kind in the southeastern United States.

  • Publishers Get Personal at Toy Fair

    From crafts and inventions to various elements of personalization, many of the playthings displayed at this year's New York International Toy Fair had a do-it-yourself slant.

  • Booksellers Celebrate 10 Years of Winter Institute

    For some booksellers attending Winter Institute, the fist pumps began before their planes even touched down in Asheville, N.C.

  • Will the ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Attack Reshape Who We Are?

    Organized by PEN American Center, the National Coalition Against Censorship, and French Institute Alliance Francaise, the panel discussion “After Charlie: What’s Next for Art, Satire and Censorship,” illustrated some of the problems inherent in offering a civilized response to an utterly uncivilized act.

  • Toy Fair 2015: Toy Stores Add More Books to the Mix

    At this year's trade show executives from several publishers said specialty toy stores are doing well with books and looking for new titles.

  • 'PW' Panel Looks at 'The Internet of Books'

    The panel, “The Bookternet: Building Reading Communities Online,” examined the ways that online book culture has transformed the book industry, offering both opportunities and pitfalls for publishers.

  • PubWest Goes to Pasadena

    PubWest's decision to move its annual conference from the fall to February met with high marks as 170 attendees turned out in Pasadena February 5-7.

  • No Second Year for Toronto Book Fair

    The Inspire! Toronto International Book Fair, which launched last November as a three-day consumer event, will not be held again in 2015.

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