Funded by a Kickstarter campaign, a ‘distraction-free’ bit of writing technology debuts today: Freewrite looks like your father’s typewriter.
Publishing entrepreneur Hugh McGuire says he and his associates are ready to try to work out a pathway to true open textbooks on the Open Web, and he calls his and Boris Anthony’s concept Rebus.
Kobo CEO Michael Tamblyn, in the wake of reports of Rakuten’s write-down, talks of the ‘strongest content sales in our history.’
As marketers jockey for position in the 400th year of Shakespeare’s death, the modern-relevance lights burn bright. We look at several releases this month.
For a second year, Frankfurt Book Fair (FBM) and Publishers Weekly (PW) are teaming up to produce the PW Star Watch program. Nominations are open.
‘Reedsy for Publishers’ is on the way, as the 2-year-old UK startup rolls out its Reedsy Book Editor with collaborative functionality to come.
Setting the stage for Europe’s debate about ebook taxation, a European Parliament Research Service briefing lays out the dilemma.
Nielsen sees 55 percent of those surveyed on global consumer confidence saying that in the fourth quarter of 2015, they believed the were in recession.
In a new series of articles on industry debate, we ask for our Publishing Perspectives readers’ thoughts on the value of paid reviews as author services.
A new report from Author Earnings previews what the Digital Book World Conference audience is likely to hear in “Data Guy’s” keynote address.