Showing upticks for both adults and children’s/YA book sectors, US book sales look good for the first half of 2017–if adjustments don’t change things.
As the post-Frankfurt publishing conference season rolls on, here are notes on several publishing events in Europe, Asia, and North America.
In a campaign called ‘Set the Page Free’–which highlights Xerox’s cloud-based software–the company has compiled contributed stories from 14 writers.
Shared ‘open data’ is becoming more important and widely used in academic research, according to a new report from open data platform Figshare.
The Publishing Scotland translation fund sets a deadline for its second round of applications for grants. And Springer’s ‘Marine Geosciences’ is honored.
At Wattpad, a new premium subscription is being rolled out for the US and Canadian markets; BookExpo and BookCon call for program submissions.
Having bought Bookish last year, NetGalley is launching a new platform for consumers that includes book excerpts, author information, book recommendations, and more.
Defending freedom to publish, Frankfurt’s CEO Talk featured Simon & Schuster CEO Carolyn Reidy and Albin Michel VP Guillaume Dervieux.
The arrivals of a UK and fully operative Japan site later this month are the latest in NetGalley’s ongoing international expansion.
The ones to watch for this week at the Frankfurter Buchmesse: Here are eight of the Frankfurt Fellows, a group of up-and-coming talent in global publishing.