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Publishers Weekly

Publishers Weekly October 14, 2019

Publishers Weekly magazine is the definitive professional resource covering every aspect of book publishing and book selling. Over 20,000 book and media professionals turn to Publishers Weekly each week for news and information. Publishers Weekly covers the creation, production, marketing and sale of the written word in book, audio, video and electronic formats.

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hachette books

Dear Colleagues, My motto has long been “books change my life every day,” because no matter what my challenge, I’ve found a book to help. We all know that changing your life can be hard. At Hachette Go, we are inspired by that moment of breakthrough that allows change to happen and the action that follows. We are on a mission to make that change accessible to everyone. The right word, the right experience, the right book can make all the difference. Hachette Go is a new imprint from Hachette Books with a mission to give people the best information on how to change their lives for the better. As an imprint, we’ll publish the most exciting ideas for change, in both work and life, by authors ready to stand out and…

3 min.
a guide to authentic living: spotlight on candace cameron bure

Candace Cameron Bure is best known by millions as D.J. Tanner in the sitcoms Full House and Fuller House, as a former cohost of The View, and as the star of Hallmark Channel movies. She credits her success to her lifelong commitment to living according to the principles of the Bible. Through her partnership with DaySpring, the Christian greeting card and products subsidiary of Hallmark, Bure is sharing her faith and helping empower other women with her lifestyle brand, which encompasses apparel, home decor, and books. The newest addition to her line is Authentic Living: Jesus Every Day, a devotional guide and journal designed, Bure says, “to help you discover how personally following Jesus gives new perspective and purpose to your everyday life.” Authentic Living is the first installment of a…

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the week in publishing

Peter Handke won the 2019 Nobel Prize for Literature in a decision that has been widely criticized. In spite of praise for his writing, Handke has been called an apologist for far-right Serbian nationalism, and since the Nobel announcement, the choice to honor Handke has been widely condemned, both across the internet and in a statement from PEN America. Polish author Olga Tokarczuk was given the 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature (last year’s prize was delayed because of a sexual harassment scandal), and her selection has generally been praised, despite what some see as her leftist views. The National Book Foundation named the five finalists in each of its five categories. The winner in each category will be announced at a ceremony in New York City on November 20. To view a…

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publishers weekly

President George Slowik Jr. Executive V-P, Publisher Cevin Bryerman V-P, Editorial Director Jim Milliot V-P, General Manager Carl Pritzkat V-P, Children’s Book Editor Diane Roback V-P, Executive Editor Jonathan Segura Associate Publisher Joe Murray Art Director Clive Chiu Managing Editor Daniel Berchenko News Director Rachel Deahl Senior News Editor Calvin Reid News and Digital Editor John Maher Features Editor Carolyn Juris Deputy Reviews Editor Gabe Habash Senior Editors Peter Cannon, Mark Rotella Reviews Editors David Adams Everett Jones, Meg Lemke, Maya C. Popa, Seth Satterlee Associate Reviews Editor Phoebe Cramer Children’s Reviews Editor Amanda Bruns Senior Writer Andrew R. Albanese Bookselling & International Editor Ed Nawotka Religion Editor Emma Koonse Wenner Associate Editor, Children’s Books Emma Kantor Editorial Assistant, Children’s Books Sarah Yung Assistant Editor Drucilla Shultz Associate Art Director Nicole Cadavid Copy Editor Robby Ritacco Director of Marketing Krista Rafanello Marketing Manager Stacey Gill Sales Coordinator Deena Ali Licensing Director Christi Cassidy Director of Special Editorial Projects Adam Boretz Director…

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looking ahead at new york comic con

New York Comic Con 2019, held October 3–6 at the Javits Center in New York City, sold upwards of 210,000 tickets this year, according to show organizer ReedPop. Against that backdrop, ICv2 CEO Milton Griepp delivered his annual white paper on the comics industry during Insider Talks, an annual ICv2 conference held during NYCC; the highlight of the report: graphic novel sales so far in 2019 are up by “substantial double-digit” figures over last year in the book retail channel (which includes bookstores and online retailers). Although there were more than 230,000 tickets sold at last year’s NYCC, ReedPop event director Mike Armstrong said the number of fans attending the show has not declined. This year, he noted, ReedPop returned to selling four-day ticket plans, which it had eliminated last year.…

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print unit sales up in early october

With gains in the four major book categories, unit sales of print books rose 2.8% in the week ended Oct. 5, 2019, over the comparable week in 2018, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Guts by Raina Telgemeier continued to drive sales gains in the juvenile nonfiction category, where print units increased 13.8% over the week ended Oct. 6, 2018. Guts sold more than 23,000 copies in its third week. Dog Man: Guide to Creating Comics in 3-D by Kate Howard was in second place on the juvenile nonfiction list, selling 8,800 copies in its first week. Unit sales of adult nonfiction increased 4% over 2018, led by two new books: Blowout by Rachel Maddow topped the category bestseller list, selling more than 68,000 copies; in second place was…