A number of Flemish children’s book publishers have launched cooperations with other creative media industries to create apps, games and storytelling experiences.
BiblioNasium, the literary social network for kids, has announced the launch of advanced book review features.
Publishing Perspectives’ #EtherIssue live chat on Wednesday will focus on the trend toward short reads, newly represented by the Rooster app for iOS.
Reporting from the Mobile World Congress, Beatrice Stauffer notes the strong advances in mobile tech are creating opportunities for content providers.
In this debut of the Exprima Interview series, Corey Pressman talks with Peter Meyers of Citia about the future of ebooks and how digital storytelling might evolve.
UK museums are adapting publishing technology to their needs and using mobile apps to re-invigorate the way visitors explore their spaces.
Mexico’s Álvaro Enrigue won the €18,000 Herralde Prize for his novel Muerte súbita. The prize, awarded by Anagrama, is given to an unpublished novel in Spanish.
Penguin’s Nathan Hull believes digital innovation is just as likely as to happen in Latvia as London. He is on a perpetual search for the wild and wonderful.
Mobile storytelling platforms borrow from tradition but also manipulate digital patterns of behavior and break the barrier between reader and creator.
The idea of interactive books is being taken to a new level with the new Hunger Games Summer Camp and a vibrator that wirelessly syncs to erotic audiobooks.