Porter Anderson’s weekly curation of some of the best author-centric news laments the lack of authors’ voices at DBW 2013, considers Book Country’s relaunch and more.
Porter Anderson’s weekly column previews this week’s Digital Book World Conference, asks whether publishers keep their shirts on, and much more.
Porter Anderson curates the best web clips for authors, including Random House’s Facebook success, male vs. female genre writing, self-publishing success in the UK and more.
This week’s Ether considers the overabundance of bad writing empowered by digital publishing, a kerfuffle among romance writers and more.
This week Porter Anderson offers excerpts from The Bookseller’s Digital Census, takes on Guy Kawasaki’s artisanal publishing and offers much more dish for authors.
Porter Anderson reports from the FutureBook conference in London, where agents are making serious moves. Also: Irelands ebooks, YA inspiration and more.
This week’s edition looks at how online author communities promote members’ books, the pros and cons of physical bookstores, and the steadily growing Kindle market.
This week’s edition looks at the troubles counting e-books, why books need ISBNs, the five year history of the Kindle, James Daunt’s UK gamble, and more.
Each Tuesday, Porter Anderson’s Ether for Authors: Sans Frontières—a new weekly column focused on the news, needs and neurosis of authors—across the globe.