In Indonesia the government fails to recognize writing as a profession and publishing as a creative industry, thwarting its further development.
The New York Times investigation of Amazon’s white collar workforce culture reveals that the company may be on the road to its own eventual demise.
Roger Tagholm muses on the end of the summer holidays in the UK and what vacation might have looked like for several executives in the internet age.
Kate Hampton of Kenya’s Kwani Trust gives four strategies for getting the most out of the Yale Publishing Course for mid-career professionals.
Roger Tagholm imagines what it would be like if the publishing world adopted the traditions of Wimbledon and lawn tennis.
Josh Brody, CEO of Pronoun (ex-Vook), outlines his company’s aims in refashioning itself as an author-first digital publishing and distribution platform.
The EC’s anti-trust investigation of Amazon has focused on ‘most favored nation’ (MFN) status, offering a curious echo of history, writes Roger Tagholm.
At the New Yorker, Adam Gopnik laments the closing of a bookshop in Paris, ultimately tying it to a loss of a kind of personal freedom.
Bulgarian translator Izidora Angel conveys the heartbreaking frustration of trying to render cultural nuances in English translation.
‘We are finally shedding archaic typographic rules, and technology now allows emotion to return to printed text,’ argues Anthony Franco of EffectiveUI.