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Penguin Random House Acquires the Book Publishing Assets of F+W Media

Jim Milliot and John Maher write for Publishers Weekly, “Penguin Random House has posted the winning bid to acquire the book publishing assets of F+W Media. … All F+W titles will be published within Penguin Random House’s Penguin Publishing Group division. … The publishing assets of F+W Books, which publishes 120 new titles annually and holds a backlist of more than 2,000 titles, include such imprints and publications as Family Tree, IMPACT, Interweave, Krause Publications, North Light Books, Popular Woodworking, The Quilting Company, and Writer’s Digest.”

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