A Danish historian has uncovered a manuscript believed to be one of the first fairy tales that Hans Christian Andersen ever wrote.
Berlin-based startup txtr has launched a Danish e-book store, with special promotions from two Danish publishers set to begin on December 3rd.
From new book discovery strategies to e-book publishing in Germany and Denmark…the best of our coverage from the first half of 2012.
With 11 million readers of their ad-supported free textbooks in 2011 and 50 million expected for 2012, Bookboon is big and prepping to go after the US market.
At the Scandinavian Publishing Executive Meeting hosted by Schilling in Copenhagen, publishers surveyed the future of digital publishing in the region and found hope.
Children’s publishers and license holders need to prepare for broader license agreements to meet the challenges of moving from print to digital.
A visit to bookstores in Copenhagen reveals a bias toward America and the UK rather than, as one might expect, Denmark’s neighbor Germany.
By Greg McQueen AARTHUS, DENMARK: The book 100 Stories for Haiti — a forthcoming charity anthology with proceeds going for Haitian earthquake relief — wouldn’t have been possible five years ago. As it happened, I posted an appeal for stories on the morning of Tuesday, January, 19. Just one week after the earthquake that left over 200,000 dead. The final …