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Publishers Weekly Turns 150

Publishers Weekly Turns 150

Publishers Weekly turns 150 this year, a particularly illustrious and rare milestone for any publication, let alone a specialized B2B magazine. In that time, the publishing industry has changed in ways that would have been unimaginable to PW’s founder, Frederick...

Follett School Solutions Backtracks on Parental Control Plans

Follett School Solutions Backtracks on Parental Control Plans

In the wake of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill and a trend toward increased book banning in America, parental rights versus the harm of censorship is once again on the minds of school librarians. Taking a central role in this latest round of the debate is Follet School...

The Frankfurt Book Fair Responds to Ukraine

The Frankfurt Book Fair Responds to Ukraine

The Frankfurt Book Fair, the largest trade book fair in the world, has decided to suspend their working relationships with institutions of the Russian Federation. In addition to a nearly 500-year-old tradition of international literary history, the Book Fair acts as a...

Increase in Attempted Book Banning in America

Increase in Attempted Book Banning in America

Book banning has become a hot button issue recently. The latest high-profile case of book banning in America happened in Tennessee, where the McMinn County Board of Education voted to remove the Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel Maus from their eighth-grade...

Anne Rice Obituary

Author Anne Rice, best known for her cult-classic 1976 novel, Interview with the Vampire, died on December 11 in California from complications of a stroke. She was 80 years old. Grieving the loss of her five-year-old daughter, Michele, to leukemia in 1972, Rice began...

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