A half-day event organized by Publishing Perspectives and sponsored by Scholastic Inc., What Makes a Children’s Book Great? takes place on May 31, 2012.
The latest in our occasional series of profiles, Publishing People We Appreciate, looks at Jennifer Brown, critic, editor, and children’s book crusader.
Thank you to all who attended this conference, PP’s first event in New York City! Browse the photos or read our post-event round-up. Conference: What Makes a Children’s Book Great? When: Thursday, May 31, 2012, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Where: Scholastic Headquarters, 557 Broadway, New York, NY — See map » Price: $249 — includes full conference access, …
Today, Reed Exhibitions bought the Book Blogger Convention as a supplement to BookExpo America. Blog on, book lovers, blog on…
Eric Hellman’s Unglue.it, now in alpha, asks an author or publisher to accept a fixed sum of money from the public for the unlimited use of an e-book.
A question for bloggers, authors, and publishers alike: can you offer specific instances of a blog post or social media having a direct impact on sales?
W.W. Norton’s Alane Salierno Mason discusses the challenges of convincing American’s to read foreign literature and American lit by writers with foreign names.
‘There are so many ways to tell a story. I’m trying to make room for them all,’ says New York Times Book Review children’s book editor Pamela Paul.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Senior Editor Lauren Wein is a champion of international writers and looks for writers from unexpected sources.
Looking in aggregate at the state of American engagement with foreign literature the charge of provincialism begins to sound increasingly specious.