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- Kensington Sees 9% Growth in Fiscal 2006. // Book Publishing Report;12/25/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 50, p3
The article reports on the net sales of Kensington Publishing Corp., which is one of the nation's largest independent publishers of fiction. The Kensington Publishing Corp., has reported a net sales increase of about 17 percent in 2006. The sales in the United States market also increased to 22...
- Kensington Looks to Expand In African-American Market. Pride, Felicia // Publishers Weekly;7/17/2006, Vol. 253 Issue 28, p6
The article reports on the strengthened focus of Kensington Publishing on the African-American market. The company has plans to enter the African-American young adult niche as well as the release of a collaborative novel by bestselling authors Mary B. Morrison and Carl Weber. In September 2006,...
- Kensington adds and subtracts. // Publishers Weekly;6/29/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 26, p12
Discusses several announcements that Kensington Publishing Corp. has made in June of 1998. The sale of its Arabesque line of African American romance novels to BET Holdings; The launching of Encanto Romances, an English-Spanish line of books; Plans to expand its Zebra Books division, which...
- Dafina: Nonfiction in the House. Reid, Calvin // Publishers Weekly;12/9/2002, Vol. 249 Issue 49, p44
Focuses on the publication of nonfiction books by Kensington's Dafina imprint. Titles to be released in December 2002; Statement from Karen Thomas, Dafina's editorial director.
- More heat between the covers. Flamm, Matthew // Crain's New York Business;2/20/2006, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p1
The article reports that aroused by demand, New York publishers are launching new women's erotica imprints to capture female readers eager for a hot time between the covers. The rush to publish has been spurred by the success of small independent publishers such as Ellora's Cave, a Web site...
- Kensington: JV Will Expand African- American Offerings. // Book Publishing Report;Jul2007, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p9
The article reports on the move made by the publishing firms Kensington Publishing Corp. and Hudson Publishing Group to create an imprint to sell spiritual titles aimed at African American children. Kensington president and chief executive officer Steve Zacharius states that the first six books...
- Book Briefs. // Book Publishing Report;12/20/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 49, p5
This article focuses on book briefs. The New York Times released its list of the ten best books of the year, with Knopf and Simon & Schuster leading the pack with two titles each. Curiously, though 42 of the titles on the 100 list were fiction, six books on the ten best list are fiction....
- Kensington Launching Black-Interest Imprint. Patrick, Diane // Publishers Weekly;8/21/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 34, p23
Reports on the plans of Kensington Publishing to launch Dafina Books in September 2000 in the United States. Responsibility of Kensington Executive Editor Karen Thomas in the publications; List of books to published; Efforts of Dafina Books to reach African-Americans.
- Kensington Bullish on Carol Titles. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;4/10/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 15, p19
Reports that Kensington company has rejected some books after examining several book titles it acquired through its purchase of the assets of Carol Publishing company. Status of the deal between Kensington and Carol; Terms of the deal.