One of the smallest nations in the world, New Zealand, has become a key trading partner with one of the largest, China.
The Frankfurt Book Fair is hosting a day-long series of panels and discussions tackling environmentally-friendly publishing, cloud publishing and security.
Though China, like the rest of the world, faces concerns over digitization, the publishing market is expanding.
Cliches and copycats have corrupted Indian YA fiction, but there is hope in a handful of new talents with imagination who are pushing the genre to new heights.
Surveying Malaysia’s booming book market finds award-winning multicultural publishers, growing readership, a hot rights scene, and innovative digital projects.
Cliff Guren of e-reading platform developer Bluefire discusses why controlling the end-to-end consumer experience should be every publisher’s priority.
Gift cards, online concierge services and VPNs have all been used to spoof into allowing foreigners to buy ebooks for Kindles and iPads. What do you use?
One of China’s most popular writers, Murong Xuecun began speaking out against the government a year ago after a friend was arrested, at risk of his own freedom.
Christian publishing continues to grow internationally, especially in the global south, but faces the same challenges as general trade publishers.
Several New Zealand publishing organizations have collaborated to digitize and sell e-books globally under the brand Great New Zealand E-books.