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Why Writers Need to Know the Publishing Business

Deborah Emin

Publisher Deborah Emin argues that as publishing professionals, we should want writers to understand each stage of the process: how they are acquired, marketed and sold.

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Want to Profit as an Author? Think About Sponsorships

Lynn Isenberg

Author Power by Lynn Isenberg offers clear-headed, calming advice for writers who want to leverage their brand and make a profit from sponsorships.

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Scribd Adds 10,000 Comics and Graphic Novels


Ebook subscription service Scribd has expanded its library to one million titles with the recent addition of more than 10,000 comic books and graphic novels.

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Binc Foundation Launches 2015 Scholarship Program


The Book Industry Charitable (Binc) Foundation has announced that its annual scholarship program, which supports booksellers and their families.

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February 2015: Top Reviews of Self-Published Books from BlueInk Review

Winds of the Marquesas

Our January 2015 selection of reviews from BlueInk Review, a service which reviews self-published books.

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Publishers Team Up for New Digital Literary Aggregation Site

Jonny Diamond is the Editor-in-Chief of the Literary Hub

The Literary Hub, launching in April, brings together 65 partners, as well as seasoned literary journalists, for a new literary aggregation website.

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Which Out-of-print Books Are Searched For the Most?

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Madonna’s book, Sex, had long dominated the list of the top most searched-for out-of-print books, but there’s a new title on top of the list.

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“Trust Your Readers and Defy DRM,” Says No Starch Press

Bill Pollock of No Starch Press (Photo: Scott Beale / Laughing Squid)

San Francisco’s No Starch Press has found success producing “sharable books for geeks,” eschewing DRM and defying conventional publishing wisdom.

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Just 54% of Americans Read a Book Last Year, says NEA

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A new survey by the NEA reveals that a mere 54% of Americans read any kind of book last year, print or digital.

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