After three decades at the head of UK publicity agency Midas, Steven Williams and Tony Mulliken announce they will retire from their executive roles at the company.
‘Midas had to quickly pivot our business model,’ says Jason Bartholomew in London, ‘to think of a new type of proposals that fit a rapidly changing economic landscape.’
Firebrand Technologies’ NetGalley is introducing a premium level of functionality for publishers, and the American Literary Translation Association has opened its 2019 cycle of awards to submissions.
A passion for books meets industry savvy in Tory Lyne-Pirkis’ success as a public relations ace and a Bookseller Rising Star in the UK book scene.
Five German publishing houses united to organize LitBlog, Germany’s first convention for book bloggers, YouTubers and tweeters alike.
Authors, should you be your own publicist or hire a professional book publicist? Colleen Davis looks how publicity has changed and what you need to know
A ghost writer and former journalist argues that publicists need to work more closely with authors and receive proper training if they are to be truly effective.
There are so many publicity options and opportunities that they can be overwhelming. Here is a strategy for taking on the challenge.
When Maria Mutch needed advice on how to handle PR of her debut memoir, she found guidance and solace through Grub Street Writer’s Launch Lab in Boston.
As part of our ongoing series looking at best practices for book promotion, Colleen Devine Ellis considers the best way to approach the author/publisher partnership.