As adult coloring books roll on in major publishing markets, the picture coming together isn’t about literature or books or our culture.
Transformation requires cultural change. An Englishman in New York, Nosy Crow’s Tom Bonnick looks back at the conference, after DBW.
Digital Book World and Author Earnings may have transformed an industry standoff into a cooperative trade-and-indie exploration going forward.
This year’s Digital Book World seems to be off to a start led by inquiry, guidance, and a pressing question: what’s next?
The younger generations’ appreciation for print books and more are noted by IPG Fellow Tom Bonnick of Nosy Crow at Digital Book World.
Jonathan Taplin—producer of ‘Mean Streets’—will lead Digital Book World’s keynotes with a warning: publishing may be ‘sleeping through a revolution.’
‘Amazon demonstrated dazzling marketplace power,’ writes Mike Shatzkin, in what he presents as a new narrative on relations between the retailer and the Big Five.
In this week’s Issues on the Ether, Porter Anderson sets up a Friday Twitter discussion with questions about the many perceptions of Amazon in publishing.
Want to hear from companies that will dominate e-books sales over the upcoming decade? Attend Publishers Launch at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
By Edward Nawotka Publishing consultant Mike Shatzkin discusses the erosion of shelf space in bookstores, publishing innovation, English as a disruptive force overseas, and the two priorities publishers should be focused on over the next 6-12 months: price experimentation and improving rights databases. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7wxfzHKd0M
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