Independent Presses

A couple of weeks ago, we featured a few University Presses, including our own Pace University Press. This week, we bring you five independent presses that stand out in the publishing world against the Big 5. Continue reading “Independent Presses”

The Women’s National Book Association is looking for a Web Editor

The Women’s National Book Association (WNBA) is looking for a Web Editor to provide web support to the Blog Editor and Communications chair. This is a role that requires minimal upkeep to an already existing website. The Women’s National Book Association is a national nonprofit organization of women and men who “work with and value books.” The all-volunteer organization has 12 chapters and 1,000 members, and celebrated its centennial on October 28, 2017. Continue reading “The Women’s National Book Association is looking for a Web Editor”

Around Town | Nov. 28th – Dec. 4th

While there are a lot of great events going on around New York City this week, we hope to see you at the David Pecker Lecture on Wednesday, November 29 at 6pm. The 2017/18 David Pecker Distinguished Lecturer of Publishing is Bette Rockmore, who will present on “Bridging the Gap: From the Classroom to Corporate America.” (To RSVP and to see an interview with Rockmore, click here.) Meanwhile, here are more awesome events you can attend this week! Continue reading “Around Town | Nov. 28th – Dec. 4th”

Celebrating 100 years with The Women’s National Book Association

Centennial poster design by Kerstin Vogdes Diehn of KV Design. Diehn is also a Pace M.S. in Publishing professor.

On October 28, 2017, at a gallery that prides itself on exhibiting the work of female artists, the Women’s National Book Association celebrated its centennial – 100 years of women writers, publishers, booksellers, and librarians, and their innumerable contributions to the literary community of the United States. Continue reading “Celebrating 100 years with The Women’s National Book Association”

Around Town: Oct. 24th – Oct. 30th

CFA Master Class: Colin Harrison

When: October 25, 2017 @ 7–8:30pm

Where: The Center for Fiction, 17 East 47th Street, New York, NY 10017

Critically acclaimed author Colin Harrison will give a Crime Fiction Master Class, discussing his latest novel You Belong to Me, the challenges of writing crime fiction, and the influence of New York on his work with his editor Sarah Crichton of Sarah Crichton Books. Continue reading “Around Town: Oct. 24th – Oct. 30th”