UK libraries are under pressure to deliver e-books, but evolving technology standards, limited budgets and low demand mean general uncertainty clouds its future.
UK start-up BookMachine has been organizing casual meetups for London publishers, but is soon to launch a social network to help match needs with job seekers.
The second installment of our survey of UK publishers on their summer reading. Perhaps you’ll find something to add to your own beach bag?
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.
Writing in a Digital Age, a new UK publishing conference, promises to teach authors to maximize their commercial potential in the electronic marketplace.
This month’s selection includes a “rollicking, retro seafaring adventure” and a thriller with “a breathless conclusion,” among other gems.
Frederick Warne announced the publication of The Further Tale of Peter Rabbit in September 2012, the 110th anniversary of the bunny’s first appearance in print.
A review of Buzz Aldrin, What Happened to You in All the Confusion?, an impressive debut novel filled with exuberance that’s rare and a joy to experience.
Since hitting the longlist of the Booker Prize, indies Seren Books, Sandstone Press and Oneworld are seeing global interest in their titles as never before.
By Helen Gregg Publishing Scotland recently announced the second year of its Go-See Grants, which provide financial support for Scottish publishers to attend international book fairs. Backed financially by Creative Scotland, the aim of the grant is to increase opportunity for Scottish publishers of fiction, poetry, children’s, and select nonfiction to buy and sell rights abroad. Priority will be given …