University presses may seem like a stodgy lot, but the AAUP will put their innovation on display during its 2nd annual University Press Week this November 10-16.
Those on the front lines of the ever-changing book publishing industry offer their opinions on the latest trends, innovations and opportunities for publishers and authors today.
Was the publication of singer Morrissey’s ‘Autobiography’ by Penguin Classic a commercial gambit or merely ironic and provocative? Either way, it’s daft.
Byliner’s Jeff Gomez argues that as readers our priority is to be entertained and acquire the wisdom stories contain, not owning objects such as books.
Ross Ufberg, cofounder of New Vessel Press, reflects on the state of translation in America, finding it far more vital and vibrant than one might expect.
American publishers are faced with numerous challenges when it comes to publishing translations. Editor Ben Rosenthal offers several creative financial models as possible solutions.
Beth Kephart, author of Handling the Truth — a guide to writing memoir — discusses several of her favorite border-crossing writers and the art of geomorphology.
In honor of the July 4th holiday, we offer a look back at seven of the most popular articles that have run on Publishing Perspectives so far this year.
It’s high time the publishing industry takes its fate into its own hands and establishes organizations to foster and fund startups, argues Kristen McLean.
When Liz Castro wanted to publish a book about Catalonian independence, she turned not to Kickstarter but to a Spanish crowdfunding site and to those who cared most.
When it comes to the future of the internet, Chinese and American companies are facing off and taking very different strategies. Which is likely to be victorious?