Should Extremist Views Be Available to Readers in Egypt?

In Discussion by Edward Nawotka

By Edward Nawotka Now that Egypt is close to eliminating censorship and opening its citizenry to a plentitude of political and religious views, the question arises of whether or not it is appropriate to have books with the most extreme views on sale in bookshops. In today’s lead story, Ramy Habeeb argues against censorship, saying that all points-of-view should be …

Best of Publishing Perspectives 2010: Digital

In Digital by Hannah Johnson

There is no doubt that most of the innovation in publishing in 2010 was related to digital issues and developments. This year, we saw a number of changes related to technology that have altered the way we think about and approach the business of publishing. Looking back, here are the best and most popular articles about digital topics from 2010: …

Best of Publishing Perspectives 2010: Europe

In Europe by Hannah Johnson

Publishing Perspectives aims to bring you new and important stories from the international publishing community, stories that don’t always get reported in English. Today, we present our list of this year’s best stories from Europe that represent the major issues and developments there over the last 12 months. France France’s Fnac Introduces FnacBook, E-Reader War Heats Up Read the article …

Best of 2010: Most Popular Articles

In English Language, Resources by Hannah Johnson

From now until the end of the year, we will run lists of our best articles from 2010. Today’s list includes crowd-pleasers, our most popular articles for the whole of 2010. Should I Tweet Read the article >> The Translation Gap: Why More Foreign Writers Aren’t Published in America Read the article >> Sebastian Junger, War Tourist Read the article …

Share Your Strongest Publishing Memory from 2010 and Predictions for 2011

In Discussion by Edward Nawotka

By Edward Nawotka In today’s lead story our editorial and publishing team shared their thoughts as to the most radical publishing events of 2010 and predictions for 2011. Looking back, much has changed in the business this year, partly because of digital advances and new business models, and partly because of shifting expectations from consumers. But each company has gone …