Saatchi & Saatchi partners with the Frankfurt Book Fair to celebrate New Zealand as this year’s Guest of Honour country.
Money, marketing and management all likely prevented HarperCollins from offering all its English titles to global readers at once, but that’s finally changed.
Given the number of public attacks on the value of publishers, why have so few writers abandoned their existing publishers? There are some very good reasons.
‘We know the location of the Deathstar!’ says New Zealand’s Lisa Buchan, of the small publishers who are capable of fighting back against Amazon’s Empire.
Our report from Publishing for the Future”PANZ conference in Auckland demonstrates how digital disruption has left no part of the globe untouched.
Yes, the digital world offers equal opportunity for all. And when it doesn’t, it’s often people from the smaller nations that take things into their own hands.
Founded in 2005, New Zealand indie Gecko Press specializes in translating ‘curiously good books from around the world.’ Here, a conversation with its founder.
Following New Zealand’s tragic Christchurch earthquake, YA author Jill Marshall was inspired to start her own publishing company, Pear Jam Books.
Several New Zealand publishing organizations have collaborated to digitize and sell e-books globally under the brand Great New Zealand E-books.
Andrew Wilkins interviews Kevin Chapman, president of the New Zealand Publishers Association about the country’s appearance as the 2012 Guest of Honour at the Frankfurt Book Fair.