UK independent bookstore chain Foyles announces the launch of its e-book store in partnership with e-book distributor txtr.
The media conglomerate reports net sales at 7,657 million euros down 3.9%. However, the group saw growth in US and e-book sales throughout 2011.
As more publishers decide not to lend e-books through libraries, one librarian calls for patrons to speak up.
Erin Cox takes issue with the new book on French parenting, Bringing Up Bebe by Pamela Druckerman.
Book designers discuss how digital content and different book formats influence the aesthetics and experience of reading.
This month’s starred reviews of self-published books include a Western with Butch Cassidy, a historical examination of the Armenian genocide, and more.
A look at the major developments in the Australian book marketing in 2011 in a report by Booksellers NZ
Canadian Guy Delisle won this year’s Fauve d’Or, or Best Comic Book Award at the Angouleme Comic Festival for Jerusalem: Chronicles from the Holy City.
Reflecting a shift toward investments in digital business models, Germany’s book trade came invested €0.78 billion in acquisitions and development in 2011.
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.