The Canadian Association of Research Libraries has released a plan to improve open and effective scholarly communication between publishers, libraries, researchers and others.
‘The day that Indigo opened, our business went down 40 percent,’ says bookseller Oscar Malan. Sixteen years later, the big-chain store would leave.
Shelfie’s executives in Canada talk about the startup scene in book publishing—and conclude it’s not as hot as it used to be. What are the lessons learned?
The Association of Canadian Publishers and the Canadian Publishers’ Council’s site’s mission is to bridge the marketing divide for Canadian literature.
A BookNet Canada study reveals growing sales and library circulation of audiobooks, but consumers are having some problems finding the audiobooks they want.
An impressive array of fiction and nonfiction is on offer this year at Frankfurt Book Fair, as Canadian publishers’ rights directors talk up their new books.
Authors, traditionally published and self-published, need to adapt to stay viable, says Merilyn Simonds, former chief of The Writers’ Union of Canada.
To promote Don Easton’s latest book, Dundurn Press is releasing one of his previous titles for free on Wattpad. Can it produce new buyers?
‘How can we all work together to ensure our rights and incomes are not further eroded?’ The question seems to become more urgent daily as copyright protections face mounting pressures.
What does it mean to ‘go public’—’to publish’ in the digital dynamic? A masters program at Canada’s Trent University is focused on that specific question, in all its breadth.
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