Definitive directory of the
global publishing industry! & more...

Venture

819 news items in the archive. Now showing page 10 of 41.

Children’s Bookstores: One Closes, One Expands

Publishers Wekly – 2008-06-25

Adventures for Kids in Ventura, Calif. will close, while The Children's Hour in Salt Lake City will expand.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Bedford Square Books strikes exclusive Tesco deal

The Bookseller – 2012-02-15

Bedford Square Books, the e-book and print-on-demand venture set up by the Ed Victor Literary...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Malcolm Carrick obituary

Guardian – 2012-02-21

My friend Malcolm Carrick, who has died aged 66 of bronchial pneumonia, was a children's author, illustrator, songwriter and artist.He was born in Cardiff, son of John and Jane Carrick, and moved to London with his family in the late 1940s. Malcolm...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Between the Lines: Jack Parker's hooked on travel

SacBee – 2012-01-29

Jeff Thornton and Trudy Garrison grew up next door to each other and are best friends. Their creator, Roseville author Jack Parker, describes them as "all-American types, college kids in their 20s who love the outdoors." Roseville author Jack...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Nigeria: 'I Love Adventures, Read Great Books By Great Writers'

allAfrica – 2012-02-13

[Leadership] Nurudeen Rafindadi, is the Chief Executive Officer of Afri Project Consortium, a multi disciplinary consulting firm and national President of Association of Consulting Engineers of Nigeria. The...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Major events in the world of books in 2011

The Washington Post – 2011-12-10

Jan. 18 Bucking the widespread decline of independent bookstores, One More Page Books opens in Arlington. Feb. 1 English professor Alan Gribben sparks a national debate when he publishes a new edition of Mark Twain’s “Adventures of...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Scotty Bowers' 'Full Service' names names from Hollywood Golden Age

Los Angeles Times – 2012-02-14

'Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Lives of the Stars' by Scotty Bowers review: Cary Grant, Vincent Price, Edith Piaf and Spencer Tracy are included.The street date of Scotty Bowers' "Full Service: My Adventures in...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Book Talk: Carol O'Connell on life with Mallory

Yahoo! News – 2012-02-16

TOKYO (Reuters) - Green-eyed, blonde and tall, Kathy Mallory is respected and feared by the cops who work with her, described sometimes as a cat playing with a mouse and nicknamed "Mallory the Machine." Even her creator, author Carol O'Connell, says...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Yieldbot Raises $4 Million to Help Sell Display Ads To Search Buyers

AllThingsD – 2012-02-23

Ad tech startup Yieldbot has raised a $4.2 million A round led by New Atlantic Ventures and RRE Ventures. The New York-based company helps publishers sell their display inventor to marketers who usually buy search ads from Google and Microsoft...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Book World: ‘Gods Without Men’ by Hari Kunzru

The Washington Post – 2012-02-29

In Hari Kunzru’s dazzling new novel, a desert is the setting, hero and villain. It isn’t the first time this landform has played such a starring role. Throughout history, deserts have had a powerful grip on the human imagination: Jesus walked...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

James Murdoch Quits as News International Chairman

The Atlantic Wire – 2012-02-29

Update (9:42 a.m. EST): In its formal statement, News Corporation (News International's parent company) didn't give a clear reason why James Murdoch was leaving. It said he was moving to New York to "assume a variety of essential...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

NME to launch print edition in India

Media Week – 2012-03-02

NME is to launch a monthly print edition in India later this year, after IPC Media agreed to license the brand to local publisher Pilot Ventures.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Washington Post digital revenue officer Ken Babby to leave

Poynter. – 2012-03-03

Ken Babby, the company’s chief revenue officer, general manager for digital “has decided to leave The Post in order to pursue other digital ventures,” announced Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth this afternoon. Babby...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Rowling’s Pottermore site to open in April

Hindustan Times – 2012-03-09

Author JK Rowling's new Pottermore website that will allow fans to navigate the world of British boy wizard Harry Potter and shop for merchandise including e-books of the Potter adventures will open in April.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Jean Giraud obituary

Guardian – 2012-03-12

French comic book artist internationally known by his pen names Moebius and GirThe artist Jean Giraud was principally known for his work on comic books under two pen names. As Gir, the co-creator of Blueberry, one of France's most popular strips,...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

The unlikely creator of John Carter

Salon.com – 2012-03-13

In 1911, Edgar Rice Burroughs, having failed at everything else, decided to write a novel. He was then in his mid-30s, married with two children, barely supporting his family as the agent for a pencil-sharpener business. In earlier years he'd served...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Disabled people's magazine taps a 'niche for positivity'

Guardian – 2012-03-13

The founders of an online lifestyle magazine for disabled people on why there's a need for a feelgood factorA broad smile spreads across the faces of Martyn Sibley and Srin Madipalli when asked where they were when they decided to launch an online...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Future of Branson's iPad mag uncertain

Media Week – 2012-03-15

The future of Project magazine, the lifestyle iPad magazine published by Virgin Interactive Publishing (VIP), is in doubt after a winding-up petition against the company was issued by Seven Publishing, a former publishing partner in the venture.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Not Just for Kids: 'Chomp' by Carl Hiaasen

Los Angeles Times – 2012-03-18

In his latest middle-school novel, the author pokes fun at reality TV's outdoor adventure shows with a Florida-based tale that's as funny as it is informative.Chomp
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Book review: 'The Stranger Within Sarah Stein'

Los Angeles Times – 2012-03-24

Thane Rosenbaum skillfully mixes fantasy and tragedy in 'The Stranger Within Sarah Stein,' whose heroine weathers her parents' divorce with pluck and defiance.Young adult novelists are increasingly tackling darker subjects: kidnappings, drugs, rape....
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

819 Publishing News items available.
More Publishing News

 

quadrant-ad

Add your organization to our directory. It is Free!.

(c) PublishersGlobal: An information marketplace for the global publishing industry - publishers, authors, literary agents and all kinds of publishing service providers. PublishersGlobal includes a global directory of publishing companies, publishing industry events and news.