The gap between what a small press, a large publisher, and someone self-publishing is getting narrower. Do you have a preference for one over another?
One suggestion to foster more translations in the US is to encourage translators to decline fees in favor of receiving royalties. Is this the preferable path?
Should publishers invest in creating stand-alone apps for individual titles? Or, with the enhanced titles available within bookseller platforms, are they a losing proposition?
Do you believe, on balance, that has agency pricing ultimately done long-term damage to the book business? Or was it a necessary experiment that was worth the costs?
English language publishing markets are known for publishing fewer translations, so tell us which languages you’d like to see get more attention.
It’s not outrageous to foresee a time when print becomes a niche product and bookstores will have transformed into something different. If so, when?
Docdoce wants you to participate in an international survey among publishers and startups learn more about best practices for mutual collaboration.
Should Transworld have published Lawrence Wright’s Scientology exposé in the UK in spite of the threat of a libel lawsuit? Or was cancellation pragmatic? Take our survey.
When it comes to multimedia and transmedia books, have you ever bought and read one? Do you buy them routinely? Take our survey and let us know.
Publishers are constantly finding new ways to reach readers and market their books. As a reader, what sources to do you rely on for book recommendations? Take the survey and tell us.