Signs from the UK Independent Publishers Guild conference signal a move toward bolder experiments with with content, DRM, and engagement to foster a brighter future.
Startup Crowd the Book launched in March, is using selective, online marketing to try and ‘create a wildfire around great books published by small presses.’
Coffee House Press, with two finalists, and Cinco Puntos Press join FSG and Pantheon with titles on the shortlist for this year’s prestigious PEN Faulkner Award for fiction.
AMELI, the Association Maghrebine des Editeurs du Livre Independents, was launched late last month. The organization currently has 22 members
At the Frankfurt Book Fair this year, representatives from a number of indie publishers demonstrated the impact they are having on the industry as a whole.
The NEA made a good showing at Frankfurt on behalf of small publishers, 4,000 miles from Washington D.C. But shouldn’t they be making more of a ruckus at home?
The Independent Publishers’ Fair brings together 65 small, culturally significant publishing houses for a three-week-long event in Mexico City.
Planeta has bought a majority share in respected mid-sized independent Spanish publisher Tusquets, further expanding the influence of the Spanish juggernaut.
Happy Bibliodiversity Day! Argentine Guido Indij argues the book world is dominated by the North and, accordingly, bibliodiversity is under threat.
Since hitting the longlist of the Booker Prize, indies Seren Books, Sandstone Press and Oneworld are seeing global interest in their titles as never before.