Think Australia (and New Zealand)

In Global Trade Talk by Erin L. Cox

By Erin L. Cox Tim Coronel, the publisher of Bookseller + Publisher, hosted a panel yesterday on the Australian and New Zealand market, its successes and challenges, and some of the brilliant endeavors they have undertaken to tap into their highly literary population. This year at the fair, more than 60 Australian publishers and over 20 New Zealand publishers are …

When Will We Have E-book Bestseller Lists?

In Guest Contributors by Guest Contributor

Op-ed by Tim Coronel (This story originally appeared in the Publishing Perspectives show daily at the Frankfurt Book Fair on 8 October 2010. Download the complete show daily here or click on the image to view the online version.) For all the data we are collecting about the book industry, there is one crucial piece of the puzzle we don’t …

Frankfurt Tip: Start Partying in the Halls!

In Frankfurt Tips by Hannah Johnson

By Tim Coronel, publisher of Bookseller+Publisher magazine in Australia Everyone knows that after a day of hard work and meetings, every night at Frankfurt is about partying. Very often the best conversations and most important connections are made not at a formal meeting but with a chance encounter or introduction over a drink. But while the bar at the Hof …

Aussies Get Kobo, Half to Buy E-Readers in Three Years

In Global Trade Talk by Edward Nawotka

By Edward Nawotka Kobo is now available Down Under. REDgroup retail launched its Kobo ereader and e-books platform in Sydney earlier this week, reports Bookseller+Publisher. The reader is available at the group’s Borders website and priced at $199. It is is also available at Borders stores, and is expected to be available in Angus & Robertson and Whitcoulls in the …