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    S&S to Go Agency With Amazon

    As Hachette continues its stalemate with Amazon over e-book sales terms, Simon & Schuster has reached a new agreement with the e-tailer. Among other things, the new deal will allow S&S to set the prices on its e-books, marking a return to the agency model.

  • Cooking

    TV Show Cookbooks, the Fall Lineup

    In October, three new cookbooks based on hit TV shows will help you take your fandom to the next level—into the kitchen.

  • Comics

    Upcoming Comics Events: 10/20–10/26

    'Seth's Dominion' Screening in Montréal, Canada; An Evening with Marjane Satrapi in Columbus, OH; Locust Moon Comics Festival in Philadelphia, PA

  • Bookselling

    At SCIBA, Teicher Says Booksellers Nowhere Near 'Endangered'

    For anyone worried that independent bookstores are struggling, the upbeat mood at the Southern California Independent Booksellers Association show painted a reassuring and hopeful picture.

  • Bookselling

    Paul Krugman: 'Amazon Has Too Much Power'

    'New York Times' columnist and Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman wades into the Amazon/Hachette dispute, declaring that Amazon 'has too much power.'

  • Publisher News

    News Briefs: Week of October 20, 2014

    Bookstore sales rose in August and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • Book Deals

    Book Deals: Week of October 20, 2014

    Quick’s next YA goes to LBYR; Teicher sells essays to Graywolf; Wendig takes Miriam Black to Saga; and more, more in this week's notable book deals.

  • Publisher News

    Margolin’s Heyday Turns 40

    Heyday Books is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Malcolm Margolin—who founded the company in Berkeley, Calif., at the beginning of the small-press movement—said that one reason for Heyday’s survival has been its willingness to adapt to changes in the industry, such as the growth of e-books.

  • Libraries

    EveryLibrary Gears Up for November Elections

    EveryLibrary is gearing up for a big election day on November 4.

  • Publisher News

    Hal Leonard Expands Its Niche

    The Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group (HLPAPG) has long been the book division of Hal Leonard Corp., the largest music publisher in the U.S.

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