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26 Feb

BTW News Briefs

Bologna Book Fair postponed; Voting underway for America’s Main Streets contest; Children’s Book Week poster unveiled; Signup open for Suppressed: The Fight to Vote screenings; Ryan Raffaelli writes article on “Reinventing Retail”; Libro.fm offering free audiobooks for Bookstore Day; Washington Senate passes consumer data privacy bill; Flatiron to launch new imprint; Hachette to distribute National Geographic Partners; Random House Children’s Books to separate Schwartz & Wade; Latinx in Publishing launches mentorship program; Nigel Newton gets lifetime achievement award; Diamond Dagger, Kingsley & Kate Tufts Poetry Award winners announced; Finalists named for Helen Bernstein award; Shortlists out for Anthony Lukas Prize, Folio awards; Longlists out for CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenway medals.

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19 Feb

BTW News Briefs

BookExpo announces children’s breakfast speakers; RWA to hold special election; California Consumer Privacy Act sees update; Panorama Project announces new initiatives; James Patterson named Bookstore Champion; Harlequin’s Love Inspired to launch paperback program; Personnel changes at Holt, S&S; Winners named for LA Times Book Prize, Ripped Bodice awards, Southern Book Prize; Shortlist out for Aspen Words Literary Prize; Nominees and longlists announced for WNBA Pannell Award, PEN/Faulkner Award, Reading the West Book Award, AAP Prose Awards

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12 Feb

BTW News Briefs

Children’s Book Week signup deadline approaches; BookExpo announces breakfast speakers; New Poetry in America episodes coming in April; Audible settles captions lawsuit; Hachette acquires Disney titles; Carol Shields Prize launches; Poetry Society of America names Frost Medal winner

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04 Feb

BTW News Briefs

Applications underway for FedEx Small Business Grant Contest, Milkweed Fellowship; Mellon grants $4.5M to Academy of American Poets; PGW to distribute Restless; Phaidon acquires Monacelli; Skyhorse launches Palomino; Rutgers, Raritan partner on new imprint; Mary Higgins Clark, Alice Mayhew die; Patti Smith wins PEN America Literary Service Award; Finalists announced for Audie Awards; Shortlists announced for Romantic Novel Awards

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29 Jan

BTW News Briefs

Carnegie Medal winners announced; Lee and Low releases annual diversity survey; Bywater Books to launch Amble Press; Latest Panorama Picks announced; February named National Romance Reading Month; Digital Book World bans Macmillan; Kim Gray joins S&S; Matthew Patin joins Texas Book Festival; Obama’s Becoming wins Grammy; PEN America announces award winners; Costa Book of the Year named

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24 Jan

Sourcebooks Unveils New Indie Bookstore Rebate Program

The new Books Change Lives Indie Co‐op Program gives bookstores the opportunity to receive a rebate on the total number of books ordered in the form of a quarterly credit to their account. 

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23 Jan

BTW News Briefs

NAIBA to offer professional bookselling certification; Applications open for NBF Innovation in Reading Prize; Tin House to send indie bookseller to summer workshop; Workman book sales to boost Australian animal rescue; HarperCollins Children’s Books launches Quill Tree imprint; Albert Whitman brings distribution in-house; Skyhorse to publish books under World Almanac name; W.W. Norton to distribute Abbeville; Leadership changes at PRH; Board changes at National Book Foundation, MacDowell Colony, Booker Prize Foundation; Announcements made for Walter Dean Myers Awards, Edgar Awards, Romantic Novelists Association Outstanding Achievement Award, and Golden Kite and Sid Fleischmann Awards.

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15 Jan

Join Ingram for “Indies on the Harbor” at Winter Institute

Ingram’s “Indies on the Harbor” offers all Winter Institute attendees an opportunity to relax and chat with independent booksellers and publishers from around the country and the globe in a cozy corner of the hotel overlooking the famed Camden Yards ballpark. 

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15 Jan

BTW News Briefs

Jason Reynolds named National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature; Binc accepting scholarships to the Denver Publishing Institute; Paz & Associates adds mini workshop; Audible settles copyright dispute over Captions program; Publishers Lunch Buzz Books features Wi15 authors; Harlequin’s Carina Press launches LGBTQ+ romance line; IDW, Smithsonian partner on illustrated books imprint; S&S to distribute Humanoids; B&N’s James Daunt to give keynote at BISG annual meeting; Tracie D. Hall named ALA executive director; George Coe returns to Brodart; RWA president, executive director step down; Stephen King to be honored at Audie Awards; and more.

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08 Jan

BTW News Briefs

PartnerShip highlights how to save on shipping; KKR acquires OverDrive; S&S to distribute Oneworld Publications: Mango Publishing acquires Yellow Pear Press; Sourcebooks acquires Dawn Publications; The Experiment acquires Appletree Press; Sonny Mehta dies; Boris Kachka joins LA Times; Binc to honor SIBA’s Wanda Jewell; PNBA office on the move; Western Writers of America launches contest; PW and BookBrunch debut the Selfies book awards; RWA cancels RITA award; SIBA Okra Picks, PNBA Book Awards, Otherwise Awards, GINT Prize, Costa Book Award category winners announced

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23 Dec
Let's Talk About Pre-Orders!

New Titles Added to ABA’s Pre-Order Calendar

The calendar features books with added value, such as signed copies and exclusive merchandise, to entice customers to order from their local indie bookstore. 

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23 Dec

BTW News Briefs

Last call for PW bookstore, rep award nominations; Peterson’s acquires B.E.S. Publishing; Bloomsbury acquires Oberon Books; Dav Pilkey named PW’s Person of the Year; Malcolm Margolin wins Jack D. Rittenhouse Award; Nancy Olson Bookseller Award winners named; PEN Translates awards announced

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23 Dec

Wi15 to Offer Full Schedule of Parties and Receptions

The 2020 Winter Institute in Baltimore will feature a wide array of parties and receptions where booksellers, publishers, and authors can socialize throughout the four-day event.

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18 Dec

BTW News Briefs

Julia Cowlishaw named Vroman’s, Book Soup CEO; Shelf interviews incoming ABA CEO Allison Hill; Trump administration suspends December 15 tariffs; White paper offered on FedEx and UPS rate increase; Libro.fm touts audiobooks as a green gift; NPD names bestselling book of decade; Pearson sells remaining PRH stake to Bertelsmann; Simon & Schuster to distribute Manning; IPG to distribute former Time Books Inc. imprint and Océana Travesía; Personnel changes at Viz Media, HMH; Oprah to receive Poets & Writers’ Leadership Award; PEN Literary Award, International Prize for Arabic Fiction longlists announced; 2019 Business Book Award, L.D. and LaVerne Harrell Clark Fiction Prize, special Edgar Award winners announced; NAIBA names Winter Institute scholarship winner

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17 Dec
Winter Institute 15 logo

Record Number of Publishers to Support Winter Institute 15

The 2020 Winter Institute is made possible by the generous support of Ingram Content Group, the event’s lead sponsor, and additional support from 134 publishers large and small.

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