Browsing by topic: 2011

Trends in American Publishing: 2011 in Review


In 2011 self-publishing and e-books turned the industry on its head. But Barnes & Noble, Amazon and Harry Potter still made headlines.

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What’s Your Favorite Book of 2011 That Nobody’s Talking About?

A good book lives on in memory. But isn’t it better if you can get others to read it, too? By Edward Nawotka The end […]

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Week in Review: S&S Opens in India, 3 Million Titles Pubbed in US in 2010

By Edward Nawotka Simon and Schuster Opens Subsidiary in India It is the last of the “Big Six” US publishing groups to enter the Indian […]

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#BEA11: Tools to Make Scheduling Your Time at BEA Easier

By Edward Nawotka BookExpo America has so much to offer that it can be overwhelming to try and get yourself organized in advance. To help, […]

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Help Us Get the Word Out: Tell Us About Your 2011 Book Conferences

By Edward Nawotka In early 2011, we plan to publish a list of book-related conferences and events on our website for easy reference. New events […]

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