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Survey: Should US Translators Forgo Advance Fees for Royalties?

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One suggestion to foster more translations in the US is to encourage translators to decline fees in favor of receiving royalties. Is this the preferable path?

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Seeking More Respect for Translators and What They Do

Italian translator Cristina Vezzaro is campaigning for more respect for literary translators.

Italian translator Cristina Vezzaro’s new blog, Authors & Translators, is campaigning for more respect for the work of literary translators.

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A Self-Help Rights Guide for Independent Publishers

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Petra Hardt, Foreign Rights Director at Berlin’s Suhrkamp Verlag, has written ‘Rights: Buying. Protecting. Selling’ to help publishers make the best choices.

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SURVEY: What Is the Top Issue for Frankfurt 2011?

E-books, royalties, new business models? Take our survey and let us know what you think.

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Licensing 101: How Publishers Can Get into the Licensing Business

Publishers exhibiting at the Licensing Expo International included Penguin, Scholastic and Wiley. Harlequin was represented by a licensing agency called Brandgenuity.

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Publishers Need (Re)Education, So What Would You Teach?

How to monetize digital? Book discovery? Rights and royalties? Macro or micro, let us know what you think. By Edward Nawotka Education, as the cliche […]

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DISCUSS: Should Tweeters Be Compensated for Contributions to Books?

By Edward Nawotka Today’s feature looks at some of the copyright and compensation issues surrounding the publication of the book Tweets from Tahrir, a collection […]

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Bloomsbury UK’s Glee Video

By Alex Hippisley-Cox A video produced by Bloomsbury staff here in the UK has been taking publishing by storm this afternoon. The footage, which has […]

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Do Book Editors Deserve a Cut of the Profits?

By Edward Nawotka In today’s lead story former Harcourt editor Ann Patty raises an interesting question: If an editor is integral to the shaping of […]

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