The Bookseller’s Futurebook conference found the UK publishing industry focused on issues of marketing, ebook subscriptions and direct sales, among others.
Browsing by topic: career in publishing
Will the bright, imaginative, tech savvy, book reading (or content devouring) twentysomething choose Gollancz or Google, Faber or Facebook, Orion or O2?
Andy Reynolds, former VP of marketing & publicity for a visual book publisher, is on a job hunt — so he showcased his expertise in the format he knew best.
Paying publishing interns ‘zero’ is not only unethical, but a likely indication you’ll probably never hire them in the first place, writes Ashley Mosley.
With former Pottermore CEO Redmayne running HarperCollins UK, publishers wonder what his appointment foretells about the future of the book business.
At the highest levels of publishing the expectation of being fired or restructured is almost a job requirement, as demonstrated by several job changes this week.
Respected publisher Michael Krüger will soon retire after 45 years at Germany’s Carl Hanser Verlag. Here he discusses the uncertain future of literary publishing.
UK publishing is a global business selling to a diverse, global audience — one that is not reflected by those who work in the industry.
The modern book industry is a multiverse that requires increasingly complex and specialized skill sets, said several publishers at the London Book Fair.
John O’Brien’s outrageous job listing for Dalkey Archive Press’s London office has ignited a firestorm of criticism on the internet, but O’Brien claims it was written as satire.