Acquired by Macmillan last year, Pronoun was a no-cost-to-authors self-publishing platform developed from the multimedia company Vook.
Available to people of various racial, ethnic, sexuality and disability categories, these scholarships are designed to help booksellers attend trade shows.
The 2017 Digital Book World conference opened with calls for more data-driven decision-making, despite the inherently subjective nature of book publishing.
Concerning to some UK observers of the Man Booker Prize: a US author has won the prestigious literary award: Paul Beatty’s ‘The Sellout’ is widely hailed.
Direct-to-consumer bookselling is growing and innovative thinking is helping. Two solutions that are appealing: BitLit ebook bundling and Penguin Hotline.
A merger between Springer Science & Business and Holtzbrinck will form a new global science and education publisher with annual sales of 1.5 billion euros
Oyster, a book subscription service in the United States, has kicked off 2015 with two major announcements, including offering more than 1 million books.
Two branding experts argue that the future for publishers lies in going direct to consumer, offering examples of companies that have succeeded.
It has become a common meme in publishing that in 2-3 years we’ll see one of the US Big Six publishers merge with another. Which will it be?
What profitable, forward-thinking publishing house would not want to run its very own film/TV production company?
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