Clement Clarke Moore’s famous holiday poem re-imagined by a book publisher on a bit of a bender.
On behalf of the other 99.9% of books published this year that didn’t make the consensus top ten, tell us what were your favorite sleeper best books of 2013?
As Chaplain of The Colbert Report and a bestselling author, Rev. James Martin S.J. is one few religious figures to star on the mass media. Here, the bestselling author discusses his career and beliefs.
Publishing Perspectives’ #EtherIssue debate on the allegedly slowing ebook market reveals apparent contradictions in self-publishing interests.
The editors of Scholastic News featured the “8 Coolest Kids We Met in 2013,” a roundup of the most inspiring, courageous, and innovative kids featured in the magazines this year.
Image Comics may be best known as the publisher of The Walking Dead, but its their business model which is truly noteworthy, writes Samuel Sattin.
Japanese manga has proven popular in America, but Franco-Belgian bande dessinée, which has a long a tradition and are just as appealing, remain ignored. Why?
Bill Thomson has been called a master at visual storytelling. The author of Chalk and the recently published Fossil discusses his influences and career.
Amid a general book market decline, the Polish Chamber of Books (PIK) has drafted a bill which is set to introduce fixed prices for new book releases for 18 months after publication.
A revival in classic illustrated books is helping Poland’s children’s book market boom, says Katarzyna Domańska of publisher Dwie Siostry.