Publishers Weekly

HarperCollins Is Cutting 5% of Its North American Workforce

22 hours 28 minutes ago
The publisher, which has been embroiled in a labor standoff since November, will lay off 5% of its North American staff by June 30, the end of its current fiscal. CEO Brian Murray said the company was facing lagging demand and “unprecedented supply chain and inflationary pressures."

This Week's Bestsellers: January 30, 2023

3 days 22 hours ago
Grady Hendrix lands at #5 on our hardcover fiction list with 'How to Sell a Haunted House.' Plus 'A Man Called Ove' hits the big screen and returns to our lists, and a new Valentine's Day–themed Construction Site board book builds momentum.

The Week in Libraries: January 27, 2023

3 days 22 hours ago
The American Library Association gets a massive grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to address key issues in libraries; Florida librarians and educators struggle with pernicious new 'parental rights' laws; and two more states introduce new library e-book bills.

Open Road Expanded Publishing Partnerships in 2022

4 days 22 hours ago
Challenges publishers face in generating discovery for their titles helped Open Road Integrated Media attract a growing number of companies to its various services in 2022, Open Road CEO David Steinberger wrote in a letter to company employees this week.

The Enneagram Meets Niche Categories

5 days 22 hours ago
Following the success of Enneagram books published in 2016 and onward, Christian publishers are applying the ancient personality typing system to relationships as well as spiritual and professional growth.

Religion Book Deals: January 25, 2023

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A trio of scholars examine the nature of suffering in a book for IVP; Salem agrees to publish prayers ‘for desperate times;’ a kids’ story about Bryson, a bison, heads to Zonderkidz; and more.