At Addicting Info Nathaniel Downes makes the case that Fifty Shades of Grey is based on ‘a flagrant violation of copyright laws.’
Our very proper UK correspondent attends a morning screening of Fifty Shades of Grey alone and finds he is more red-cheeked than the characters on-screen.
One of Peru’s fledgling publishers, Colmena Editores, is making room for edgy new generation of authors, while also offering classics and criticism.
Founded in 2013, Peru’s Animal de Invierno is drawing attention for its bold new fiction titles and literary translations.
This week’s GLOBALOCAL conference in New Delhi will bring international publishers side-by-side with some of the who’s who of the publishing trade in India.
The Literary Hub, launching in April, brings together 65 partners, as well as seasoned literary journalists, for a new literary aggregation website.
Looking to build the skills to take your publishing career to the next level? The St. Gallen International Publishing Course in Singapore may be for you.
Roger Tagholm imagines how other characters from fiction would react to the news that Harper Lee is giving Scout Finch a second chance at life.
In a short time automated robot authoring tools might take customization to a new level, leaping from producing stories and journalism to full books.
As an homage to Charlie Hebdo, the French Publisher’s Association has published 100,000 copies of a new book, La BD est Charlie, with 183 drawings by top artists.