The New York Times is adding 12 new charts to their usual bestselling chart lineup. The new lists include travel, humor, family, relationships, animals, politics, Manga, graphic novels, food, fitness, humor, business, celebrities, science, sports, and religion, spirituality and faith.
The new layouts will appear in different formats and on different publication schedules in print and digital. The amount of space for print editorial content including reviews, essays and features will be expanded as part of the move.
This is great news for readers, authors and publishers. After such a long and severe protraction in the amount of space given to books of all kinds, the Times is leading the way with a new Renaissance in publishing.