The modern book industry is a multiverse that requires increasingly complex and specialized skill sets, said several publishers at the London Book Fair.
Privately, publishers are raising concerns over Amazon’s term demands, listing of editions for which it doesn’t have territorial rights, and sourcing of titles from wholesalers.
Publishing doyen Anthony Cheetham believes if the book is to remain at the center of our culture, publishers must become more specialized.
The new Gimbal app, launching Tuesday at the London Book Fair, features translated short stories for commuters that allows you to explore a city through fiction.
Porter Anderson assesses the Digital Minds Conference at the London Book Fair, where metaphors were in vogue, the end of copyright debated, and speed was the word of the day.
Osprey CEO Rebecca Smart offers advice to publishers on how to take advantage of startup culture, whether you have a legacy business or a clean slate.
London’s famous Ivy Restaurant is running at pop-up version of its private club, complete with champagne and catering, at the Rights Centre at the London Book Fair.
The Children and YA Zone at the London Book Fair is featuring 100 exhibitors, an Innovation Theater, a strong education track, and more than a hundred panels.
Tim Waterstone, the original founder of the UK bookstore chain Waterstones, plans to launch a new serialized digital short story subscription service.
Several UK CEOs set the agenda going into next week’s London Book Fair. Top of the list: communicating with consumers and coping with the relentless pace of change in publishing.