From The Global Times: Authors of a new ranking of ‘online writing’ in China say that the most successful of these authors can make millions.
‘Surprisingly little is known about what peer review looks like at scale,’ says Birkbeck’s Martin Eve, who’ll lead a team in collaboration with PLOS ONE.
Releasing in some 50 languages in early October, Dan Brown’s ‘Origin’ is set ‘on a trail marked by modern art and enigmatic symbols.’
The attorney and author James Grippando, with more than a dozen Jack Swyteck novels published, is the seventh winner of the ‘ABA Journal’ and University of Alabama School of Law’s prize. By Dennis Abrams | @DennisAbrams2 ‘My Dual Career’ he University of Alabama School of Law and the ABA Journal have announced the James Grippando, the author of Gone Again …
Conversations have begun ahead of October’s The Arts+ at Frankfurt Book Fair, an examination of convergence in digital technology and the cultural context.
From Quartz India: ‘You should be allowed to publish whatever you want as long as you do it well,’ says India’s Seagull Books’ Naveen Kishore.
From The Irish Times: A question of most popular reads becomes a chance to demonstrate what the OCLC’s ‘WorldCat’ international library system can do.
London-based Unicorn announces a US photographic monograph. And the IPR License rights platform adds Switzerland’s Peter Lang and the UK’s ICE Publishing.
US platform Draft2Digital partners with Findaway Voices. Budapest heads for Silicon Valley as PublishDrive starts its Google Launchpad program.
In its eighth year in Mexico, the Hay Festival returns to Querétaro with commentators and writers, musicians and scientists. Tickets now are on sale.