Philomel More than Doubles Time Spent On NYT Lists in 2006

October 2006
Book Publishing Report;10/16/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 40, p1
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The article reports that Philomel Books in New York is expecting to have revenue growth of 20 percent in 2006 as announced by the company's Vice President and Publisher Michael Green. According to Green, despite the firm is just publishing 30 books per year, it already spent 78 weeks on the list of New York Times as bestseller. Green added that Philomel's title output is split between picture books and middle grade and young adult fiction. Philomel's title accounted 70 percent of total sales.


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