Column by Peter Derk
The merger of some major publishers this year may signal the end. Where do we go from here?
News by Riki Cleveland December 15, 2015
Now's the time to share your ideas with Simon & Schuster and secure "Super-Swiftie" status.
Column by Leah Dearborn January 12, 2015
This handful of companies wields a great deal of influence over the written word. But how did they begin, and how did they get to be so big?
News by Joshua Chaplinsky September 3, 2014
The director of 'Videodrome' and 'The Fly' has written a novel. You want to read it.
News by Peter Derk June 5, 2014
A writer of One Direction fanfiction has inked a 3-book deal with publisher Simon & Schuster.
Review by Leah Dearborn
The stories in 'FaceOff' include a chase for a pervert who really likes milk, the deathbed confession of a Mod punk from sixties Brighton, and a cameo by R.L. Stine’s Slappy the Dummy.
News by Nathan Scalia January 15, 2014
Gillian Anderson, famously known for her work on 'the X-Files', will be co-writing a science fiction series to be published under Simon451, a new imprint from Simon & Schuster.
News by Christopher Shultz
Utilizing full disclosure as combat tool, the publisher will now make illegal downloading statistics more transparent.
News by Dean Fetzer February 21, 2013
So, Bookish is about discovering new books, right? Well, so long as they’re books published by its backers…
Column by Erin Reel December 6, 2012
The publishing industry is at war and writers can either choose to get caught in No Man's Land or secure their spot on the battlefield.
News by Christopher Shultz November 28, 2012
Archway Publishing claims to make self-publishing a breeze, but is it really any different from a vanity press?
News by Dean Fetzer November 21, 2012
The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that News Corps International is interested in buying Simon & Schuster, following their abortive attempt to buy Penguin last month.
News by Rob Hart November 17, 2011
Writer Sebastian Marshall posted an open letter on his blog to Simon & Schuster CEO Carolyn Reidy, accusing the publishing giant of treating him like a "bitch."