Andrew Rhomberg explains how Jellybooks smart software embedded in ebook ARCs allows publishers to unobtrusively glean crucial pre-pub data from readers.
After the UK government suggested all 8-year-olds get library cards, author Chris White countered with a letter lamenting the lack of library funds.
Heywood Hill bookstore in London has come up with a novel approach to sell books – it has appointed its first bookseller-at-large in Asia.
Roger Tagholm muses on the end of the summer holidays in the UK and what vacation might have looked like for several executives in the internet age.
Italy-based author Tim Parks discusses new book, Where I’m Reading From, in which he shares his skepticism of novels written by the new ‘global writer.’
Fifteen titles have made the cut for the 2015 longlist of the FT/McKinsey Business Book of the Year, last year won by Brad Stone’s ‘The Everything Store’.
Research reveals that the 1622 catalogue for the Frankfurt Book Fair included the announcement of the publication of Shakespeare’s First Folio.
Forging a new, open synergy between creators and publishers will better position the industry to face the future, says transmedia storyteller Jerome Goerke.
UK author Andrew Shantos tracks the elation, frustration and quantification of the first two months of publication of his debut novel, Dead Star Island.
Misfits and outlaws know how to survive and there are lessons to be learned from them in a time of change, argue the authors of the book, The Misfit Economy