In his new role of running his own small press, Richard Charkin finds success in breaking vows he made when setting it up.
‘Changing the world is hard and the highest ideals may have unintended consequences,’ writes Richard Charkin in his column of queries.
‘As we become ever more interdependent,’ Richard Charkin writes, the IPA is uniquely positioned to ‘protect, support, and nurture’ publishing.
‘Some things remain constant,’ writes Richard Charkin, as the pandemic proves ‘a tunnel longer than hardly any of us envisaged ‘
John B. Thompson’s new title ‘Book Wars: The Digital Revolution in Publishing’ gets a look from Richard Charkin.
Walking more than 12 miles per day, Richard Charkin has time to explore ‘the importance of audio and audiobooks.’
A ‘sea change in trade book publishing,’ writes Richard Charkin, accelerate as Brexit puts the UK industry’s EU exclusivity into a new light.
‘Maybe there are lessons to be learned from rule-breaking,’ writes Richard Charkin, with a new memoir as his case in point.
‘The last 20 years have seen an ever-growing chasm between academic and trade publishing on the technology front,’ writes Charkin.
In his column today, Richard Charkin’s ‘Dear Jeff’ letter captures the publishing industry’s perennially conflicted viewpoints on Amazon.