Amazon announces Kindle World, the first commercial publishing platform that enables writers to create fan fiction and earn royalties doing so.
Despite his early support for ebooks, Stephen King latest novel, Joyland will be published in print only, with no digital version anticipated.
Was Chinua Achebe truly ‘The Father of African Literature’ or does that designation serve a purely non-African agenda?
The week’s web buzz: Ann Patchett encourages authors to work with traditional publishers and gets rebuffed, a map of the five paths to publishing, the true costs of author services, and more.
Australian airline Qantas has custom published a series of books by bestselling authors to give to their elite milage passengers and that can be read in a single flight.
Australian YA author Scot Gardner talks about the challenges of writing for an international audience while staying true to his local culture.
UK publishing is a global business selling to a diverse, global audience — one that is not reflected by those who work in the industry.
Allegations of stockpiling and best-seller list manipulation have rocked the publishing world in South Korea as publishers combat decreasing book sales.
This week’s web buzz takes in the chatter around the $5m class-action lawsuit against Author Solutions, the idea of innovation in publishing, and platforming vs. writing.
Neil Baptista, CEO of Odyl, talks about what publishers need to do on Facebook to successfully interact with key influencers. Hear more from Neil at our Reaching Readers Conference on May 28 in NYC.