Over 700 students from 27 countries took part in the Great Books Summer Program, where they connected themes of the great novels to deeper global issues.
There is simply no better way to bridge a cultural divide than through books, a wide variety translations from around the world
American organization ANERA encourages reading among parents and children of the West Bank
UK charity World Book Night to launch in the US in 2012 and give away 1 million books around the country.
German cinematic legend Werner Herzog reads Go the F*ck to Sleep aloud at the New York Public Library. Warning, this video may give you nightmares.
Do you spend your holiday’s buried in an easy mystery, a light romance, or a great classic?
Conversations about digital publishing assume readers in developed countries are more advanced than in developing nations, which demonstrates wrongheaded bias.
By Dennis Abrams Looking for the perfect summer read? Something that will sweep you away to another time and place, something you can really sink your teeth into, something that’s not another dark and twisted Scandinavian murder mystery? Do I have an idea for you. Its got murder, an investigation, and a trial. Its got sex. Its got jealousy. Its …
Non-linear app “reading” is perhaps more analogous to how we really learn than reading a straight narrative. By Edward Nawotka In today’s feature story Kirk Bowe, CTO of UK app developer TradeMobile, explains how the company is attempting to create what amounts to a 3-D narrative on screens. In describing the company’s King and Queens app, developed from David Starkey’s …
Should publishers simply be transfering the printed page, unaltered, to the screen? No, especially when there is so much more you can do, argues Kirk Bowe, CTO, of UK app developer TradeMobile. Editorial by Kirk Bowe, CTO, TradeMobile LONDON: The e-book is dead. Let’s be clear: with the transition from paper to electronic screens, which are increasingly more often on …