Personal Creations show how long it takes kids to read classic books, from Clifford the Big Red Dog to Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
More than 20 publishing and reading-related technology demos were developed in a caffeine-fueled 48-hour frenzy at this past weekend’s CODEX Hackathon.
This weekend in San Francisco, the CODEX hackathon will tackle a variety of book-related innovation projects, including KINDLR, a dating app around books.
M.J. Rose, the founder of AuthorBuzz, shares her best practices book marketing, pitfalls to avoid, and other challenges of reaching readers.
Sarah Knight was sick of commuting, P&L statements and eating salad at her desk at Simon & Schuster, so she quit to freelance and seek happiness.
Ronald Schild of Germany’s MVB discusses how research shows simple metadata fixes, like putting the language of a book in your metadata, can double sales.
The International Association of STM Publishers has released a series of three infographics highlighting leading technology trends for 2015.
At the New Yorker, Adam Gopnik laments the closing of a bookshop in Paris, ultimately tying it to a loss of a kind of personal freedom.
After analyzing 15 years’ worth of top literary prize winners, Nicola Griffith notes that books about women rarely win.
BookExpo America 2015 felt like even more of a marketing event with literature firmly pushed aside in favor of pure commerce.