South African writer and literary magazine publisher Nick Mulgrew discusses how literary magazines are perfect training for pursuing more ambitious projects.
Intellogo Founder and CEO Neil Balthaser examines the challenge of discoverability and provides a solution for the flood of content on self-publishing platforms.
India’s Pratham Books’ StoryWeaver platform offers open source of children’s books and encourages users to translate, adapt and use the content for free.
Get a closer look at the international plans and rights strategy of China South Publishing & Media, one of the country’s leading publishers.
Chilean publishers are looking to digitization to help them expand their local and export markets, says Javier Sepúlveda Hales of Chile’s eBooks Patagonia.
AUTHORS.me is a new, US-based online platform that promises to help literary agents and publishers field and manage submissions with ease.
Novelists Nurrudin Farah and Taiye Selasi stole the show at the the fifth biennial Kwani? Litfest in Nairobi, Kenya earlier this month.
Publishers have failed to translate many works to and from indigenous African languages for multiple reasons, from lack of financial interest to oral sounds which are untranslatable into print.
Wrapping up the year, Publishing Perspectives contributors share their top books of the 2015. Today, Chris Navratil reports from Pennsylvania.
Valued at $35 billion annually, STM publishing can rightly pride itself on its history of being innovative — a tradition that is only getting stronger.