Dohle Promises Competitive Bidding Between PRH, S&S
In a Zoom chat with agents, Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle said that, following the approval of PRH's purchase of Simon & Schuster, editors at the two houses will be able to bid for the same book—even if they are the only publishers interested in the title. more...
Follett to Close Its Book Fair Business
Explaining that it could no longer see a path to profitability because of setbacks caused by the pandemic, Follett School Solutions said it will wind down its four year-old school book fair business this November. more...
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HBG Delays Office Return Until 2022
Hachette Book Group CEO Michael Pietsch told employees yesterday that employees will not be required to return to its offices until 2022. No official return date has been chosen. more...

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“A World Beneath This One”: PW Talks with Cadwell Turnbull
In Cadwell Turnbull’s 'No Gods, No Monsters' (Blackstone, out now), werewolves, shapeshifters, and ghosts walk among humans and fight amongst themselves in the shadows. more...
Covid-19 Forces ALA to Make Inaugural LibLearnX Conference Virtual Only
Registration for the now fully virtual January conference will open next month. more...
Beckett Is Big in Germany, Dueñas Tops in Spain
Britain’s Simon Beckett topped Germany’s fiction bestseller list in late July with the mystery 'The Lost' while in Spain, María Dueñas’s 'Sira' topped the fiction list. more...
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The Good Fight: Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror 2021–2022
With the world in turmoil, science fiction and fantasy readers are turning to an increasingly popular subgenre: “hopepunk.” more...
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Print Unit Sales Dipped in Early September
Strong sales of adult fiction were not enough to prevent unit sales of print books from falling 1.2% in the week ended Sept. 11, 2021, compared to the similar week last year, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. more...
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