John Pettigrew argues editors, those who turn mediocre books into great ones, are even more important in the digital age of content proliferation.
Harry Candra, the top edtech developer in Indonesia, says the industry has vast potential, but is hindered by poor infrastructure and low IT literacy.
Dan Nigloschy of codeMantra believes that now is the time for a second digital revolution in book publishing, one that takes advantage of digital agility.
Neil Balthaser of Intellogo discusses the company’s launch, target markets and how AI and machine learning intends to simplify and solve complex problems.
In a creative use of the platform, crowdfunding publishing site Inkshares has recruited indie bookstores to publish original anthologies with the site.
More literary authors, from David Mitchell to Jennifer Egan, are experimenting with Twitter fiction, a form that mimics both poetry and serialization.
PP Editor-in-Chief Edward Nawotka’s idiosyncratic list of 9 tips to help you make your time at the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair even more memorable.
Amazon launched Kindle Unlimited in India with local publishing partners that include Jaico, Westland, Grapevine, Orient, and Sinclude, and more promised.
Al Manhal the Arabic-language ebook education company, has attracted more than a million users and updated its database to allow full-text search.
The continuation of our series on illustrated book publishing in the US looks at the digital market, where sales pale compared to print counterparts.