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Penguin Random House To Acquire Simon & Schuster

Reference Publishers, Academic Librarians on Keeping Resources Current and Comprehensive

Phoebe Robinson on Spotlighting Diverse Voices Through Her New Imprint

Macmillan Establishes Committee to Improve Inclusion

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ALA’s eBooksForAll Petition Exceeds 100,000 Signatures

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The Influencers | Editorial

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Finding the Sweet Spot | Best Magazines 2017

Hoopla, eBooks2go Partner on Educational Content

College Students Prefer Print for Long-form Reading, Ebooks for Research | LJ Survey

The Shape of Water : The Novel | Oscars 2018

Digital Science Launches Dimensions Platform with Free Discovery for OA, Citations

ITHAKA Next Wave Conference Focuses on Higher Ed Challenges

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Inner Traditions Grows the Niche, Slow but Steady

Reaching New Audiences | NYCC Professional Day 2017

Editors’ Picks | Day of Dialog Brooklyn 2017

Editors’ Fall Picks 2017

Penn State Libraries Launch Short Story Dispensers

Intellectual Freedom and Open Access | ALA Annual 2017

Authors & Celebrities | ALA 2017 Preview

LSU and Elsevier: A Tale of Two Contracts | Peer to Peer Review

Sarah Jessica Parker Kicks Off Book Club Central

New World, Same Model | Periodicals Price Survey 2017

Books America Needs To Read | In the Bookroom

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Hard Case Crime Teams Up with Titan Comics

Shakespeare Celebration: A Town-Gown Collaboration | Peer to Peer Review

Write Here | Programming

HarperCollins Launches Live Programming via Facebook

SelectedWorks Redesigned for Librarians

OverDrive’s Potash and Penguin Random House’s Applebaum Honored by UJA-Federation

GSU e-Reserves Decision | Peer to Peer Review

Penguin Random House Announces New Award

Fracking the Ecosystem | Periodicals Price Survey 2016

Research: Library Large Print Still Needed

Large Print & Community Building

The Love of Reading Writ Large: Curating and Promoting Large Print Collections

Hachette To Buy Perseus Publishing Arm; Ingram To Acquire Distribution

NYPL, Benetech Partner to Offer 370,000 Accessible Ebooks to Print Disabled

Oxford U. Press, U. of Utah Library Collaborate on Study of Suicide Ethics

BCALA, BiblioBoard Launch Self-Publishing Award

Dover, Others, Cash in on Adult Coloring | PubCrawl

Go Set a Watchman By the Numbers

Ebook Vendors Anticipate Big Five Licensing Terms Becoming More Flexible

It Takes a City To Create a Novel | One Cool Thing

Skyhorse, Salon Join Forces on “Hot Books” | PubCrawl

Mitchell Davis on Community Engagement from Saying Yes to Self-Pub to Comic Cons

Taking a Book Trip with Bill Clegg | Day of Dialog 2015

HarperCollins Grows Globally; Faber, in U.S. | PubCrawl

ProQuest Acquires MyiLibrary and OASIS

Short Fiction is Cool Again: Announces Inaugural Novella List

Ingram’s Shawn Morin on Moving Out from Behind the Scenes

Nature Allows Article Sharing—With Restrictions

Creating the Future of Ebooks | Peer to Peer Review

Librarians React to Simon & Schuster Dropping "Buy It Now" Requirement

Indie Client Services Expand, Experiment | PubCrawl

Three Press Directors Weigh in on Collaboration in Scholarly Publishing

Amazon, Hachette End Ebook Pricing Dispute

ITHAKA Sustainable Scholarship 2014 Brings Data and Process Together

Penguin Random House Makes Changes at Top | PubCrawl

Court Reverses Ruling on Publishers vs. Georgia State E-Reserve Case

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Editors’ Fall Picks

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