Frustrated by what it sees as poor service, independent children’s book publisher Barefoot Books says ‘life is too short’ to deal with Amazon and is cutting its ties.
South Korea’s Literature Translation Institute sends young Korean writers overseas to help promote Korean literature, and focuses on different strategies in different countries.
Porter Anderson previews this week’s BookExpo America and ponders how changes at the fair reflect the ongoing transformation of ‘the industry, the industry!’
Does the Man Booker International Prize lose credibility by overlooking works in translation while favoring books originally written in English?
When it comes to the future of the internet, Chinese and American companies are facing off and taking very different strategies. Which is likely to be victorious?
Amazon announces Kindle World, the first commercial publishing platform that enables writers to create fan fiction and earn royalties doing so.
From native advertising and creative content campaigns to banner and print ads, Abrams’ Jeffrey Yamaguchi tweets with @pubperspectives about the latest in book advertising.
Penguin has proposed to pay $82 million to states and consumers, and another $8 million to lawyers, to settle the class action lawsuit alleging ebook price manipulation.
Publishing Perspectives will be attending BookExpo America in New York. If you’ll be there and you have a great story to tell, email us to set up an appointment.
How can publishers optimize their social media outreach? HuffPo’s Andrew Losowsky chats with Ed Nawotka on Twitter about how book marketers can maximize social media networks and influencers.