In a revealing interview, Waterstones MD James Daunt discusses why Amazon worries him so much, his admiration for Barnes & Noble and the Nook, and much more.
Rongu seraa, the Japanese equivalent of bestselling backlist, means the odds are heavily stacked against new foreign bestsellers finding readers in Japan.
Book designers discuss how digital content and different book formats influence the aesthetics and experience of reading.
Technology has enabled established and self-published authors to experiment serial publishing — making the old form new again — and finding mixed results.
Spain’s biggest bookseller Casa del Libro, France’s Fnac, America’s Amazon, and several smaller competitors have turned Spain into an e-book battleground.
Graphic novelist Alex de Campi is using Kickstarter to raise $27,000 to fund production of her latest project, including selling print, film and foreign rights.
Agents sound off on key emerging markets, digital issues, agents-turned-publishers, the growth of film rights, and more prior to the start of the Frankfurt Book Fair.
A conversation with Edith Grossman about her book Why Translation Matters and the challenges facing the literary translator in America.
Why are there so many damn errors in e-books? One frustrated reader sought answers from a prominent digital publisher and two conversion houses.
Firing its community relations coordinators, handing Amazon its web site, “category management”…Why 2001 was the beginning of the end for Borders