*+-Fashion brand Club Monaco has enlisted The Strand bookstore to decorate its flagship store with books, creating a store-within-a-store.
*+-BookMachine convened pros in New York for a public forum to talk about how a writer can navigate the maze of ebook publishing, self-published or otherwise.
*+-The growth of literary translation has given authors unprecedented opportunities, but challenges — such as a loss of meaning as books cross borders — remains.
*+-At BEA, veteran publicists offered various strategies and tips for promoting books with no clear author or the the author is not available or even dead.
*+-Translators are sometimes an afterthought in the publishing process, but the issue of finding good translators is paramount for publishers.
*+-BEA 2014 highlighted translation, with overlapping sessions focusing on missed chances, the ever-expanding marketplace, and changing avenues toward publication.
*+-Cairo-based Kotobee, sister company to BookBake, has launched a new tool for developing interactive textbooks in the Arab world.
*+-Random House’s Open House last Friday brought together writers, editors and readers for discussions about craft, strategy and finding your soul signature.
*+-Begin to think of your backlist as a series of fragments that can be repurposed, says Randy Petway, COO of Publishing Technology.
*+-Every book is a backlist opportunity. Here we offer 8 tips gleaned from Publishing Perspectives’ Monetizing the Backlist conference last Thursday.