The 10 biggest book markets in the United States have seen their sales performance decline relative to the overall market.
The latest in trends, Amazon, online publishing, audiobooks and more.
Twin Flame is a nonfiction imprint focused on “spirituality, tantra, relationships, and sexuality” that will publish up to two dozen books per year.
Soft Skull Press will acquire up to two books a year from Kimbilio fellows and faculty members over the next three years.
Alchemy is led by poet and novelist Dionne Brand and will publish two to three fiction and nonfiction titles per year.
Her new firm offers full-service literary and media representation and helps leverage licensing opportunities.
Sarah Selects is a new book club whose monthly selections will be made by Sarah Gelman, Amazon’s editorial director for books.
Sales of this category have grown over the years, attracting writers from multiple genres and blurring the lines with women’s fiction.
Publishers and authors ultimately advocate for building direct relationships with readers in order to reduce reliance on ad platforms like Facebook.
Inflation and supply chain issues lead a long list of concerns facing the publishing industry.