If you know a fan of long form narrative nonfiction of the sort that used to regularly appears in magazines, Byliner might be the perfect holiday gift.
Opinion pieces on book publishing from Edward Nawotka
The literary magazines at a Barnes & Noble include Tin House, The Paris Review, Mad Magazine and comics, while a New York Times renewal offers a year for $1099.
The Department of Justice’s trial against Apple for alleged ebook price fixing has had more than a few moments of entertaining linguistic absurdity.
Publishing Perspectives has begun a monthly column to Italian publishing trade journal Giornale della Libreria. This month we look at vertical publishing.
While in the West talk endlessly about the death of print, billions of people around the world have never seen an e-reader. And to them, books are a luxury.
Money, marketing and management all likely prevented HarperCollins from offering all its English titles to global readers at once, but that’s finally changed.
If e-readers offered haptic feedback for page turns, and audio cues coupled with physical feedback for a keyboard, it would change virtual reading and writing.
At CES this week, One Laptop Per Child is showing off a new $100 tablet computer with a low-power, full color screen for developing nations.
In 2011 self-publishing and e-books turned the industry on its head. But Barnes & Noble, Amazon and Harry Potter still made headlines.
Thank you to our readers, colleagues, supporters and friends for making 2011 a success for Publishing Perspectives.