Porter Anderson previews the Grub Street Muse Conference Town Hall on literary fiction in digital times; Publishing Perspectives streams it Friday 1:30 p.m. ET.
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Download our London Book Fair magazine on Rights and Licensing, which includes literary agent Q&As, global licensing trends, and perspectives from international companies.
Before the London Book Fair kicks off, a book-y gathering of authors, designers, editors, agents, marketing/PR folks, techies, thinkers and others will explore the future of publishing and reading.
After two-and-a-half years, Publishing Perspectives’ literary blog, The Play’s The Thing, reaches the end of Shakespeare’s oeuvre, with The Two Noble Kinsmen.
In his talk at SXSW 2014, Thrillist CEO Ben Lerer spoke about his company’s success with e-commerce and how that has changed the way he sees the future of media.
For two years Publishing Perspectives has examined the plays of Shakespeare at The Play’s The Thing. We are approaching the end, with The Tempest.
A public library in Franklin, Tennessee has launched its own publishing imprint, Academy Park Press, using the IngramSpark platform for distribution and print-on-demand.
Publishing Perspectives’ Shakespeare reading group, The Play’s the Thing, is nearing the end and, fitting the season, now begins The Winter’s Tale.
Publishing Perspective’s epic reading of the complete plays of Shakespeare, The Play’s The Thing. is near the finale. Next up: the romances, starting with Cymbeline.
At the New York Times’ Drafts blog, comedian Steve Macone offered a helpful, humorous glossary of terms for the modern book business.