Since hitting the longlist of the Booker Prize, indies Seren Books, Sandstone Press and Oneworld are seeing global interest in their titles as never before.
The Big Three — Google, Apple and Amazon — are expected to jump start the market, but others have an opportunity as well.
Japan’s e-book market remains small. Publishers been reluctant to support e-books out of fear losing revenue and challenging their own distribution monopoly.
Metadata is the primary means by which users will be able to find your digital book content. It is the one way you can future proof your content now.
As traditional business models of paying for content collapse, publishers must find new ways to get paid. Could voluntary micropayments be the answer?
This week Brazil’s publishing industry gathered to discuss the opportunities and pitfalls of digital.
Afghan PEN is “progressing in an endless upward curve”, nurturing young Afghan writers and promoting freedom of expression.
Bob Mayer wrote more than 40 books with traditional publishers. Two years ago he decided to go DIY. It has reinvigorated his career, but it’s not for everyone.
By the 2013 Frankfurt Book Fair the Brazilian government wants to have funded the translation of 250 Brazilian books into foreign languages.
Want to hear from companies that will dominate e-books sales over the upcoming decade? Attend Publishers Launch at the Frankfurt Book Fair.