Tune in to this year’s Books in Browsers conference live from San Francisco. Books in Browsers is a summit for the next generation of publishing companies exploring the digital future of reading online.
Among those who might take advantage of the Affordable Care Act are freelance writers, who often don’t have healthcare coverage. Here’s how to explore your options.
Bucharest-based developer Read Forward has produced original ebooks, luxury digital editions of classics and is now moving into education, with fully interactive HTML5 textbooks.
The New York Review of Books 50th anniversary edition of ‘Swann’s Way’ features an interview with Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer celebrating Proust’s book.
Paying publishing interns ‘zero’ is not only unethical, but a likely indication you’ll probably never hire them in the first place, writes Ashley Mosley.
Sarah Dickman of Odyl attended inaugural International Publishing Management Course hosted by the Frankfurt Academy and reflects on the importance of continuing education.
In Peru, book contracts are so hard to come by that writers subject themselves to a bizarre, fascinating competition to win a contract, dubbed lucha libro.
Was the publication of singer Morrissey’s ‘Autobiography’ by Penguin Classic a commercial gambit or merely ironic and provocative? Either way, it’s daft.
A look at a the week’s round of web musing on the future of publishing in concept, creative work, and technical production, after Frankfurt Book Fair.
A look at some of the compromises made by both Americans and their publishers to please Chinese censors and have their books available to a potential readership of millions.