Author Patricia Lakin reflects on discovering that her successful children’s book, Clarence the Copy Cat, is out of print and what she can do to bring it back.
With ebooks and print-on-demand, readers never again have to want for a much loved, long forgotten, or previously unpublished book from a cherished writer.
Our series on print on demand sponsored by Ingram Content Group, begins with two companies using short print runs and one-off printings to expand their business into new markets.
Arthur Attwell, founder of Paperight, explains why his company has leveraged the network of photocopy shops throughout South Africa to cater to hard-to-reach readers.
On Demand Books, the makers of the POD Espresso Book Machine, is partnering with Kodak and ReaderLink to add services to 100,000+ retail kiosks across the US.
The Big Three may dominate Swedish publishing, but innovation is happening on the periphery at start-ups like short-form publisher Novelix and POD provider Dejavu.
New publisher Just World Books uses POD technology to publish blogs as books, focusing on the latest, most pertinent international issues.
Increasingly, what differentiates many books from blogs appears to be simply–for many–a matter of published format.
Late last month, Ingram Content Group launched Global Connect, a printing and distribution program, and recently announced a partnership with Brazilian distributor Singular.
Some agents are now offering to publish their client’s work themselves. Will there be repercussions from publishers?