*+-The Writers Block, a bookstore supported by Tony Hsieh’s Las Vegas Downtown Project, has brought literary chops and an expresso book machine to Sin City.
*+-NZCER Press of New Zealand and Knowledge World Publishers of India discuss how they employed Ingram’s Lightning Source POD service to reach new markets abroad.
*+-Author Patricia Lakin reflects on discovering that her successful children’s book, Clarence the Copy Cat, is out of print and what she can do to bring it back.
*+-With ebooks and print-on-demand, readers never again have to want for a much loved, long forgotten, or previously unpublished book from a cherished writer.
*+-Our series on print on demand sponsored by Ingram Content Group, begins with two companies using short print runs and one-off printings to expand their business into new markets.
*+-Arthur Attwell, founder of Paperight, explains why his company has leveraged the network of photocopy shops throughout South Africa to cater to hard-to-reach readers.
*+-On Demand Books, the makers of the POD Espresso Book Machine, is partnering with Kodak and ReaderLink to add services to 100,000+ retail kiosks across the US.
*+-The Big Three may dominate Swedish publishing, but innovation is happening on the periphery at start-ups like short-form publisher Novelix and POD provider Dejavu.
*+-New publisher Just World Books uses POD technology to publish blogs as books, focusing on the latest, most pertinent international issues.
*+-Increasingly, what differentiates many books from blogs appears to be simply–for many–a matter of published format.