Writers in Zimbabwe have created a traveling book fair and are marshaling social media to build direct bonds with impoverished readers.
Assouline Publishing is set to open an exclusive standalone bookstore in a new French restaurant and bakery in Houston, Texas.
Writer’s Edit, a Sydney-based literary magazine, has branched into books and is winning industry accolades and launching new careers.
Foyles expands its ‘Bookshop of the Future’ concept beyond London with the opening of its new ‘physical meets digital’ bookstore in Birmingham.
Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei released a new publication on his website, the Line of Hezbollah, which he promotes through social media.
In a creative use of the platform, crowdfunding publishing site Inkshares has recruited indie bookstores to publish original anthologies with the site.
French app BookWeather is a social network that rates books as you might describe the weather, that also offers a bespoke physical book subscription service.
The Hindustan Times reports the Sahitya Akademi’s first bookstore outside a Delhi Metro station is doing a booming business selling literature.
New research by comics site Graphic Policy finds as many as 53% of comic book readers may now ve women — and they are demanding stronger female characters.
After tons of rare books from Silpakorn University Central Library were mistakenly sold to a Bangkok used book shop for recycling, collectors swarmed.
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