Matt Martz has been promoted to associate editor at St. Martin’s, continuing to report to Kelley Ragland, editorial director of Minotaur.
Brigid Pasulka won the Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award for her debut novel A LONG LONG TIME AGO & ESSENTIALLY TRUE.
Columbia University awarded the Bancroft history prize to three books: Linda Gordon’s Dorothea Lange: A Life Beyond Limits; Woody Holton’s Abigail Adams; and Margaret Jacobs’s White Mother to a Dark Race: Settler Colonialism, Maternalism, and the Removal of Indigenous Children in the American West and Australia, 1880-1940.
Penguin Children’s announced a one-million-copy first printing for the May release of John Grisham‘s children’s book THEODORE BOONE: Kid Lawyer, along with releasing the cover.
Ingram Publisher Services will distribute a variety of imprints from music publisher Omnibus Press, including Omnibus, Schirmer Trade Books, Bobcat Books, Vision On Publishing, Gramophone Publications and Rogan House.
EBSCO has agreed to purchase the assets of OCLC’s NetLibrary division, including its Boulder, CO operations, along with the rights to license a select number of vendor-owned databases currently available through the OCLC FirstSearch service.
The Internet Archive has announced the soft launch of their new version of the Open Library.