Less than 5% of all published books are available in an accessible format. Several organizations, notably Bookshare, are working to change that woeful statistic.
Ingram MyiLibrary is offering a new credits-based ‘Access Purchase Model’ for ebook lending that it promises will be equitable to both publishers and clients alike.
By offering writers ready made art as inspiration, Storybird has attracted 2 million users and is turning traditional children’s and YA publishing workflow on its head.
In a surprise second act James Frey’s Full Fathom Five is successfully re-imagining the author/publisher relationship and book packaging for the 21st century.
The Finns’ love of books has bolstered the publishing industry in spite of global economic challenges. Read our interviews with prominent Finnish publishing pros.
Marco Beghin, the head of Moleskine America, discusses efforts to balance the digital/analog divide and adapting products to users unique needs.
Digital publishing startups are sprouting up in Australia, where they may be late to the game but still see a wealth of opportunity in their (spacious) backyard.
Silicon Valley tech analytics upstart CoverCake was created exclusively for the publishing industry to track the impact of social media on campaigns.
Cairo’s BookBake offers an intuitive and easy e-publishing solution that exports enhanced PDFs, apps and more, aimed not just at Arabic users, but everyone.
It’s getting harder to buy a book in Manhattan, as Partners & Crime Mystery Booksellers on Greenwich Avenue, in business for 18 years, will close on Sept. 20.