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May 6, 2013... Does National Poetry Month do anything to sell poetry books? Not this year. PW compared sales of the 50 bestselling poetry titles in April and March 2013. The result? Sales in March were higher by a hair. Last year, though, sales of the top 50 books jumped 15 percent in April. But while there...
International Titles Finding New Ways into the U.S
May 6, 2013... Companies are using technology to crack the American market According to the University of Rochester's translation database, 413 translated works of fiction and poetry were released in 2012, up from 370 the previous year. And while 413 is not a huge number, the growth in translations,...
The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales (in Thousands)
May 6, 2013... Adult and juvenile fiction sales comparisons for the week ended April 28, 2013, continued to sink under the weight of last year's Fifty Shades and the Hunger Games blockbusters. In week 17 of 2013, adult fiction sales fell 25% at the retail & club outlets that report to Nielsen BookScan...
Blue Rider Finds Its Stride
May 6, 2013... David Rosenthal is no stranger to corporate culture. This is one reason why he covets the size of Blue Rider Press, his relatively new boutique imprint at Penguin. Size, in part, has been the key to Blue Rider's success: at a little over two years old, the imprint has been profitable since...
'Inferno' Heats Up Social Media
May 6, 2013... Dan Brown's Inferno, set to be released May 14 by Doubleday, was the most buzzed-about book on social media in April, according to CoverCake, a company that tracks trending topics on major social media platforms. Inferno was the #4 book in March and Jeff Costello, v-p of CoverCake client...