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  • Comics

    Lance Fensterman Is Leaving ReedPop

    Lance Fensterman, president of ReedPop, the pop culture arm of Reed Exhibitions that launched in 2009, is leaving the company.

  • Awards & Prizes

    2023 Audie Awards Return to New York, Celebrate Viola Davis

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  • Shows & Events

    Audio Publishers Association Conference Spotlights Tech Disruption

    The audio performers and publishers in attendance were encouraged to embrace the new tools of the trade, from TikTok to ChatGPT.

  • Awards & Prizes

    PW 2023 Bookstore and Sales Rep Finalists Named

    The five finalists for PW's 31st Bookstore of the Year and 25th Sales Rep of the Year awards have been selected. Winners will be announced at the U.S. Book Show, which is set for May 22-25.

  • U.S. Book Show

    Sarah Jessica Parker Will Headline the U.S. Book Show

    Authors Elizabeth Acevedo, Mitch Albom, Roz Chast, Lauren Groff, Meg Medina, and Kiley Reid will also speak at the 2023 U.S. Book Show, presented by PW from May 22 to 25.

  • Publisher News

    Two Seattle Indie Publishers Unite Around Small-Press Distribution

    Joshua Rothes of Sublunary Editions and Phil Bevis of Chatwin Books have formed Asterism Books, a wholesale distribution portal and bookshop for independent small presses.

  • Libraries

    In a Swift Decision, Judge Eviscerates Internet Archive’s Scanning and Lending Program

    After nearly three years of litigation, federal judge John G. Koeltl ruled that the Internet Archive infringed the copyrights of four plaintiff publishers by scanning print editions of their books and lending them online. The ruling comes just days after a March 20 hearing.

  • Publisher News

    Blackstone Grows Beyond Its Audiobook Roots

    Blackstone Publishing has built a backlist of about 800 print and 950 e-book titles since it released its first books in those formats in 2016. The goal now, company president Anthony Goff said, is to continue to ramp up production across all formats.

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