Every week, Publishers Weekly provides reviews of more than 150 forthcoming books—literary fiction, mystery, romance, science fiction, fantasy, nonfiction, children’s books, religion titles, graphic novels, audiobooks and more. Book lovers will also find weekly bestsellers lists, interviews with writers, editors, agents, and key figures in the digital revolution, as well as close-ups on hot categories like cookbooks, travel books, sports, and military history. The latest e-book technologies are also assessed. Our news department covers the new book deals, acquisitions, personnel moves, and the changing retail landscape. We also inform readers of the new hot books hitting the bookshelves every week—making PW an idea guide to gift-giving for consumers. Founded in 1872, Publishers Weekly continues to be a must-have for writers, editors, librarians, booksellers, agents—anyone who loves books and wants to know the inside scoop on what’s coming, what’s selling, and who’s who in the publishing business. In today’s world of information overload, PW provides a coherent and vibrant guide to literary and commercial book publishing—that is, what America is reading.
Now approaching 80 years in the industry, Combined Book Exhibit is an institution at book fairs around the world. Acting as venue for both those that produce books and those that purchase books, CBE is the premier location on the trade show floor for publishers and authors to get their books into the hands of buyers, librarians, publishers and others. Combined Book Exhibit attends nearly 25 unique book fairs each year, including state, regional and national library shows, national education shows, and international book fairs. Combined Book Exhibit offers targeted and cost effective marketing that uses the actual physical book, and while CBE specializes in physical marketing, they’ve also expanded into online and print marketing as well.