Porter Anderson’s weekly round-up of Web buzz for authors takes on the fate of the ISBN, the idea of the author platform, the prospects for used ebooks, and more.
Porter Anderson’s recap of publishing buzz eviscerates AWP’s poor leadership, covers SFWA’s battle with Random’s new contracts, Richard Nash’s defense of literature and more.
Porter Anderson’s weekly round-up of writerly buzz from around the web previews this week’s AWP conference in Boston, B&N’s bad news, Ian McEwan’s doubts about fiction and more.
Porter Anderson’s curation of publishing buzz takes in the IndieReCon virtual conference, questions B&N’s future, and looks at buying your way to the top of the bestseller lists.
Porter Anderson’s weekly round-up of publishing buzz offers a first-hand account of last week’s Foyles meetings to imagine the “bookshop of the future,” looks at O’Reilly’s Author (R)Evoution Day and more.
Bowker, the official ISBN agency of the US, has partnered for e-book conversion Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) to offer a new 1-stop shop for authors.
Porter Anderson’s weekly curation of the best of the Web for authors covers Sunday’s Book^2 Camp, previews O’Reilly’s TOC, asks if self-pub the new slush pile, and much more.
Porter Anderson’s curation of the best of the web for authors looks at next week’s TOC New York, concerns about B&N’s future, Faber’s new transmedia project and much, much more.
Porter Anderson’s weekly curation of the best Web postings for authors takes in the UK’s growing consternation over 20p ebooks, Amazon’s untrustworthy reviews and more.
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.