Nosy Crow co-founder and editorial director Camilla Reid will step away to focus on her work as an author. She will remain a director and shareholder of the company.
Archives for September 2021
The Academy of American Poets, Community of Literary Magazines & Presses and National Book Foundation have renewed the Literary Arts Emergency Fund (LAEF), which will give $4.3 million in emergency funding to nonprofit literary arts organizations and publishers affected financially by COVID-19. Created last year, the LAEF is again funded by a grant from The Andrew […]
At a conference earlier this week Netflix co-ceo Ted Sarandos revealed a small amount of viewer data, claiming the service is being “more transparent” with talent, while conceding that most of their data is “big black box.” But charts of the most popular series and films make one thing quite clear: The popularity of shows […]
Longtime managing director of Penguin General Books in the UK Joanna Prior has been named the new ceo of Pan Macmillan. Longtime ceo Anthony Forbes Watson “decided that the time has come for him to make room for a fresh pair of eyes and to give him time to pursue other interests” and will step […]
Wolfpack Publishing has acquired author James Reasoner’s Rough Edges Press. The line will become an imprint of Wolfpack, publishing new mysteries, thrillers, and crime fiction.
Book discounts in France are limited to no more than 5 percent by law and in 2014 they banned free shipping on discounted books. So instead Amazon and others have charged as little as one cent for shipping. Seven years later, the government has decided something must be done, so the National Assembly is considering […]