Some people left the NYC and publishing, others developed an interest in the Middle East. How did September 11 affect you?
Publishing Perspectives editor Ed Nawotka shares his memories of September 11, 2001 and considers its impact on the publishing industry.
Push all other books aside and clear a few hours for Alina Simone’s You Must Go and Win!. Of all the books I read this summer, it was by far the most fun.
Ingram’s VitalSource supplies 80,000 digital textbooks in 17 languages to 1.6 million students and faculty at 6,000 campuses in 180 countries.
Demonstrating how print and digital can co-exist, Melville House has launched HybridBooks featuring QR codes that offer readers supplemental material.
Over 700 students from 27 countries took part in the Great Books Summer Program, where they connected themes of the great novels to deeper global issues.
Steve Berman, the attorney suing Apple over price fixing e-books, says all current evidence is circumstantial.
A lawsuit filed in California today accuses Apple of price fixing related to its agency model. Damages being sought could add up to tens of millions of dollars.
The publishing industry in the United States has grown since 2008 thanks to increased sales of e-books, fiction and higher education books.
Titles such as InStyle, Entertainment Weekly, and Essence will now join People, Time, Sports Illustrated and Fortune, as digital tablet editions.