Illustrated books and textbooks, far more than novels, require more effort produce and updated digital tools are necessary to make that process easier.
Jim Dempsey of Novel Gazing describes five easy fixes for authors who want to save money on professional editing services.
Publishers need to create their own software solutions, argues John Pettigrew, founder of the newly launched Futureproofs platform for editorial teams.
John Pettigrew explains the principles behind Collate it, a UK digital startup aimed at helping publishers by replicating editors’ natural workflow, online.
Editors from Algonquin Books, Oxford University Press and Dalkey Archive discuss the first books they acquired, in an interview with Matt Seidel for The Millions.
Legendary literary agent Sterling Lord shares wisdom from his 60 years in publishing and reflects on the current business, which he says is more like selling appliances than art.
At the Frankfurt Book Fair, a panel of editors from New Zealand spoke about their favorite books of the season.
From editors-turned-agents to e-books and rights sales in Spain and Latin America…the best of our coverage from the first half of 2012.
Former in-house editor Emma Dryden on going solo and the growing need for unaffiliated editors and consultants in the changing children’s publishing market.
Former Buchet-Chastel editor Marc Parent is launching a new Paris-based literary agency, in part to help authors make a better living from their writing.