Among the suggestions to improve Greece’s economy has been the prescription that it deregulate the book market, yet several people oppose this view.
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The CEO of Australia’s Hardie Grant Publishing urges independent publishers to embrace “transformational solutions” to stay profitable in the years to come.
Jim Dempsey of Novel Gazing describes five easy fixes for authors who want to save money on professional editing services.
Events at the book fairs in Jerusalem, Leipzig, Bologna and Frankfurt are honoring the Jubilee year of German-Israeli diplomatic and literary relations.
Is a pan-European ebook platform still a viable option? Or has ebook platform development progressed so far that it has rendered the point moot?
For many in Lithuania, there is the sense their literature is still waiting to be discovered by the world, though there are several authors of distinction.
How much do writers get paid for their work? You might be surprised to learn that it is often more than the editors who make that work possible.
Amazon has made its Prime Now one-hour delivery service available in Manhattan, and the service includes books. How will it impact B&N and other bookstores?
A moving laudatio was offered by Harold Augenbraum in honor of Norton’s Robert Weil receiving the Friedrich Ulfers Prize at the Festival Neue Literatur.
Norton executive editor Robert Weil reflects on his career in response to winning this year’s Friedrich Ulfers Prize for the promotion of German literature.