It has become harder and harder to keep Catholic authors who began their careers with small, niche Catholic houses loyal once they become popular.
Here we post provocative questions and food for thought on the current state of publishing to our readers. Weigh in with your opinions and read what others have to say.
Giacomo D’Angelo, product manager at Narcissus.me describes how BackTypo promises to help authors build beautiful books simply and easily.
When seven English-language editors visited Germany for meetings with their colleagues in publishing, key similarities and differences were revealed.
Author Patricia Lakin reflects on discovering that her successful children’s book, Clarence the Copy Cat, is out of print and what she can do to bring it back.
The Romance Writers of America conference offered endless opportunities for fans, aspirants, and bestselling authors to interact and self-promote.
Yesterday, Martin Levin challenged publishers at Yale Publishing Course whether they would take on a controversial title. Today we have the answers given by the class.
In a survey, Codex Group reports 39% were aware of the Amazon/Hachette dispute — and 7.5% are buying less from Amazon. Are you?
Spanish author Javier Marias argues that while there are plenty of reasons not to write novels, there’s one that is very important — a shot at immortality.
Several high-end book publishers have made forays into hotel retail and hotels are adding lobby libraries, but are these merely pleasant redundancies?
James Joyce’s novel is an act of pure linguistic pyrotechnics, so when faced with the task of illustrating it John Vernon Lord was understandably ‘bewildered.’