‘The power of the book and the importance of the author haven’t changed at all,’ the Baroness Gail Rebuck tells London Book Fair’s Quantum Conference. And she warns against a ‘civil war’ in publishing.
Joaquín Rodríguez shares his views on ebook accessibility, standards and interoperability within the frame of the European single digital market.
Has book production outpaced readership and what can publishers do about it? Porter Anderson’s opening editorial for Publishing Perspectives explores this.
Trying to instill diversity into the UK publishing industry is like “working on a car while it is still running,“ says Bobby Nayyar. The answer, he asserts, can only be entrepreneurship.
The chairman of China South Publishing & Media Group, Gong Shuguang, offers advice to international publishers who want to work with Chinese companies.
Manuel Gil challenges assertions that Spain’s book industry is diverse and competitive, calling them science fiction.
Heading into retirement, Peter Booth Wiley reflects on his lifelong career in publishing and the monumental transition from print to digital.
Despite media reports to the contrary, Spain’s publishing industry is robust and diverse, and investing for the future, writes Antonio María Ávila.
Erin L. Cox looks at her career in publishing and wonders, does the number of female CEOs really measure the impact women have on the publishing business?
Sheila Barry of Canada’s Groundwood Books, discusses the challenges of consistently publishing an engaging variety of books to children of all ages.