The Guardian looks back on 2014 from the perspective of a long list of British publishers, asking, what books made their year?
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In the tradition of the annual New Yorker Christmas poem, Roger Tagholm serves up some verse to celebrate the year in publishing passed.
The French and German attitudes toward book prices originate in their long-standing cultural view on the importance of books as a bastion of culture.
Kobo has released data about how many people finish ebook bestsellers and data indicates that purchasing a book is no indication of willingness to read it.
Two UK rights experts argue that physical book piracy is often due to lack of availability — so, the more content that can be licensed the better.
In the UK, Zoella was revealed to have used a ghostwriter, while Clare Balding’s book cover looks fake, but isn’t. How much of this is okay?
The first UK prize for Young Adult fiction has picked ten titles from dystopian and sci-fi literature to comedy, horror and drama to honor on its shortlist.
Author CJ Daugherty discusses the release Night School the Web Series based on her bestselling YA novels — the first of its kind in the UK.
Publishers need to create their own software solutions, argues John Pettigrew, founder of the newly launched Futureproofs platform for editorial teams.
Nominations for the second annual London Book Fair’s International Excellence Awards, which are offered in 13 categories, are now open.