- NEA Report: `The Future of Literary Publishing.'. Reid, Calvin // Publishers Weekly;9/13/1999, Vol. 246 Issue 37, p16
Highlights the report published by the National Endowment for the Arts in the United States on the discussion of the symposium entitled `The Future of Literary Publishing in the United States.' Availability of the report at the Web site of the arts agency; Coverage of the report; Topics of the...
- Between the Lines. Jacobs, Alexandra; Flamm, Matthew // Entertainment Weekly;10/30/98, Issue 456, p106
Looks at some controversial publications in the United States. Information on the lawsuit that Dmitri Nabokov, son of Vladimir Nabokov, author of `Lolita,' filed against Pia Pera, author of `Lo's Diary'; Deal between Colin Quinn and Delacorte.
- `The Silence of the Lambs' sequel comes June 8. Quinn, Judy // Publishers Weekly;4/5/1999, Vol. 246 Issue 14, p18
Focuses on United States-based publisher Delacorte's plan to publish the sequel to Thomas Harris' book, `The Silence of the Lambs.' Price of the hardcover edition of the book titled `Hannibal'; Worth of the two-book deal contract of Harris.
- Publishers work the regional shows. Dahlin, Robert; Tardiff, Jill A. // Publishers Weekly;8/24/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 34, pS17
Discusses publishers presence at regional book shows. How various publishers are handling shows; Avon Books; Delacorte; HarperCollins; Little, Brown; McGraw-Hill; Morrow; Norton; Pantheon; Putnam; Random House; St. Martin's; Simon & Schuster; Viking.
- Jenny Hubbard. Sellers, John A. // Publishers Weekly;6/20/2011, Vol. 258 Issue 25, p24
This article features the publication of the young adult novel "Paper Covers Rock," written by Jenny Hubbard. Published by Delacorte in June 2011, the novel presents a 16-year old named Alex Stromm, who holds onto some secrets about the death of a classmate. Hubbard rewrite the novel from the...
- AAP K-12 Sales Sluggish In October Amid Open Territory Slowdown. // Educational Marketer;12/06/99, Vol. 30 Issue 34, p6
Deals with the decrease on the sales of Association of American Publishers' K-12 sales in the United States despite open territory slowdown.
- Sales of Higher Education Materials Improve. // Educational Marketer;6/3/2002, Vol. 33 Issue 16, p6
Reports that the net loss to college publishers improved for the month of April 2002, according to the monthly sales report from the Association of American Publishers.
- China blocks U.S. rights deals. Reid, Calvin // Publishers Weekly;7/14/1997, Vol. 244 Issue 28, p11
Reports on concerns expressed by the Association of American Publishers to the United States Trade Representative and to the Chinese Embassy after the Chinese government seized and invalidated 35 rights contracts between the United States, the United Kingdom, and Chinese publishers. Abrupt...
- British disagree with AAP's EC rights memo. Menkes, Vivienne // Publishers Weekly;10/11/1993, Vol. 240 Issue 41, p7
Reports on the disagreement of British publishers with the Association of American Publishers' (AAP) statement on the question of territorial rights in the context of the European Single Market. Comment by Publishers Association Chief Executive Clive Bradley; Reservations disclosed by Penguin...