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
Who knew academics were so active on social media? International nonfiction and philosophy publishers discuss that and other topics in a series of meetings.
Vassula Rydén’s memoir, Heaven is Real But So is Hell, transcribes her encounters with God and is becoming a hit with 50k copies already sold in the US.
Matt Devereux of NBN International in the UK wants publishers to better understand the book distribution business and has turned to social media to help.
Allen Lau says Wattpad should attract a billion users across the world ‘without much difficulty’ and they will monetize them through native advertising.
The five Americans on the Booker Prize long list confirms fears that Britons would be side-lined following the controversial change to let them compete.
Roger Tagholm deconstructs the brilliance of Amazon’s new Kindle advertisements, which promote the ereader as a chic, travel companion and paragon of cool.
Bobby Nayyar, publisher of the UK’s Limehouse Books, offers three strategies for open and fair hiring, as well as improving diversity in publishing.
As publishers cut overhead and acquire workers with up-to-date digital skills, outsourcing to freelancers is becoming more commonplace and convenient.
The modern masterpiece few can agree on, Ford Madox Ford’s “The Good Soldier” has nevertheless weathered a century of criticism, critique and confusion.