New York Times: Fewer Imprints Make the Cut

February 2010
Book Publishing Report;Feb2010 Supplement, p1
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The article reports on the decline in the number of imprints presented on the "New York Times" (NYT) bestseller list in 2009. It states that the number fell to 1,849 books, which was partly affected by the ranking of children's series books, which it says, cause some books and authors to be underrepresented. It also mentions that the 2009 top 10 NYT imprints showed lower averaged editions of titles and spread out success as compared in 2008.


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