What happens when you take a book and transform its content into a building, like Orhan Pamuk’s Museum of Innocence in Istanbul? Helmut von Berg considers.
Marco Beghin, the head of Moleskine America, discusses efforts to balance the digital/analog divide and adapting products to users unique needs.
Digital publishing startups are sprouting up in Australia, where they may be late to the game but still see a wealth of opportunity in their (spacious) backyard.
UK publisher And Other Stories relies on reading groups to help choose which books to translate. Here’s a look from inside the German reading group in Berlin.
Crowdfunding for books is increasingly pervasive, but with its popularity is a growing wariness. Have you donated to support a book? If so, were you satisfied?
Crowdscribed’s evolution of crowdfunded publishing asks people to subscribe rather than donate to a book, a model once popular in the 18th century.
Twitter co-founders new online publishing platform Medium.com aims to aggregate crowdsourced Twitter-like content into searchable, consumable categories.
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