Porter Anderson’s weekly round-up of publishing buzz offers a first-hand account of last week’s Foyles meetings to imagine the “bookshop of the future,” looks at O’Reilly’s Author (R)Evoution Day and more.
Porter Anderson’s weekly curation of the best of the Web for authors covers Sunday’s Book^2 Camp, previews O’Reilly’s TOC, asks if self-pub the new slush pile, and much more.
Porter Anderson’s weekly curation of the best Web postings for authors takes in the UK’s growing consternation over 20p ebooks, Amazon’s untrustworthy reviews and more.
Porter Anderson curates the best web clips for authors, including Random House’s Facebook success, male vs. female genre writing, self-publishing success in the UK and more.
Publishers still can’t quite work out what to do with the transmedia form, but they are trying. Some pioneers are slowly building a secret world of new literature.
This week’s Ether considers the overabundance of bad writing empowered by digital publishing, a kerfuffle among romance writers and more.
This week Porter Anderson offers excerpts from The Bookseller’s Digital Census, takes on Guy Kawasaki’s artisanal publishing and offers much more dish for authors.
Each Tuesday, Porter Anderson’s Ether for Authors: Sans Frontières—a new weekly column focused on the news, needs and neurosis of authors—across the globe.
On November 8, The Writing Platform, a day-long event for writers interested in finding out about digital publishing and innovation, will take place in London.
By Kathleen Sweeney Well, there’s certainly no shortage of opportunities to talk about e-books…So, curious about what is the newest of the new in e-publication trending, I attended the Center for Communication’s recent collaborative event with The New School, “eBooks: New Trends for a New Decade.” Prepping myself for a multimedia presentation with the latest offerings in handheld wizardry, I found …