Trendy and chic, translation publisher Europa Editions has been dubbed a ‘coveted intellectual brand’ by The New York Times Style Magazine.
Jay Keefe wrote a memoir about recovering from alcoholism and realizes, upon publication, that it a huge personal risk it was, albeit one with rewards.
The true identity of Italian bestseller Elena Ferrante remains unknown, but she offered a Q&A interview to Vanity Fair, reiterating ‘the books are enough.’
Our ongoing series on illustrated book publishing in the US looks at the changing retail landscape for specialty and illustrated titles.
Heywood Hill bookstore in London has come up with a novel approach to sell books – it has appointed its first bookseller-at-large in Asia.
UK author Andrew Shantos tracks the elation, frustration and quantification of the first two months of publication of his debut novel, Dead Star Island.
Crowdfunding publishing platform Inkshares reveals data about where its readers come from, with Facebook and email marketing leading the way.
A leading German magazine on digital business, t3n, will now deliver their newsletters via WhatsApp. Could this model work for book publishers as well?
Readers feeling duped by HarperCollins’ promotion of Harper Lee’s new novel are getting refunds for their trouble from at least one bookseller in Michigan.
Teymour Shahabi found motivation to write by posting videos about self-publishing on YouTube , which gave him both an education and an audience.