WHSmith Travel is turning unlikely books into bestsellers, expanding internationally, and maintaining revenue in the midst of a recession.
With support from Amazon.com and an army of eager interns, Seth Godin’s new company promises to rewrite the tenets of big league publishing.
With a focused list of short translations, UK’s Peirene Press has quickly developed a cult following among London’s smart set.
For many overseas publishers, breaking into the American market is the holy grail. Digital distribution has made it much easier.
Grammatical, spelling and formatting errors in books and e-books are becoming more commonplace, but do overstretched publishers give a damn?
Chad Post, the publisher of Open Letter Books, explains why his company decided to sell e-books and price them at $4.99.
European publishers may be lagging behind in e-publishing, but they have time to learn from the mistakes of publishers in the US, UK and Japan
Digital publishing business models that work in the United States and Europe cannot always be applied to China, Latin America and the developing world.
Ticket sales to UK literary festivals are on the rise, and more niche books and authors get time in the spotlight. By Alex Hippisley-Cox The literary festival scene in the UK is booming. It seems hardly a week goes by without some kind of literary programme being staged and the public’s thirst for these types of gatherings seems to grow with …
Interviews with Brian Wafawarowa, Executive Director of Publishers’ Association of South Africa, and Peter Brantley, director of the Bookserver Project at the Internet Archive in the USA By Nicholas Gary, editor of ActuaLitté On the occasion of UNESCO’s World Forum on Culture and Cultural Industries, being held in Monza, Italy this week, Nicholas Gary of ActuaLitté interviewed participants about the most …