Tech specialist Emily Labram knows the digital context of publishing’s potential and she’s spreading the word in the UK industry.
‘Global publishing right now is a dance between the scalable and the bespoke,’ says HarperCollins’ Kerry Saretsky ahead of her appearance at the June 13 Rights and Content conference in New York City.
‘There never really seemed to be a change,’ says one player in a new network aiming to provide support for UK publishing workers of black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Marking its full ownership of Harlequin SA, HarperCollins France pledges more romance, plus commercial trade output that includes local authors.
Once as common as a mockingbird, the mass market paperback edition of the late Harper Lee’s novel reportedly is coming to an end.
At the new Future! Publish event in Berlin, HarperCollins’ Chantal Restivo-Alessi talks about publishing when ‘digital is here to stay.’
HarperCollins executives Sam Missingham and Jim Hanas debunk 6 myths about email marketing for book publishers and share best practices.
Email marketing is still very good for books — particularly ebooks — and has arguably never been better, argues HaperCollins’ Jim Hanas.
The new home for English-language publishers in Hall 6 at the Frankfurt Book Fair is a positive change, says Charlie Redmayne of HarperCollins.
HarperCollins today announced that it will be continuing the expansion of its Global Publishing Program with the creation of HarperCollins Italia.