Kate Wilson, managing director for leading UK children’s publisher Nosy Crow, discusses goes into writing book apps and how it differs from picture books.
UK consultant Kelvin Smith, author of The Publishing Business, fears publishers have lost perspective and their sense of mission, but believes there’s hope.
The Booksellers Association in the UK has launched a search engine that allows you to search for bookstores in your area, whether independent or chain.
UK start-up BookMachine has been organizing casual meetups for London publishers, but is soon to launch a social network to help match needs with job seekers.
From school children to novelists and publishing pros, the Guernsey Literary Festival’s eclectic program caters to all book lovers.
The World Congress of the International Board on Books for Young People runs in London, August 23-26 on the theme of Translations and Migrations.
With rumors swirling that Apple is a possible sponsor of the ex-Orange Prize in the UK, we ask how do you feel about the possibility. Good? Bad? Indifferent?
From Waterstones’ transformation to the growth of digital publishing in Brazil…the best of our coverage from the first half of 2012.
The Doctor Who books helped author Steve Cole learned to read, then he became series editor and wrote one himself. He reflects on a lifetime of time travel.
The second installment of our survey of UK publishers on their summer reading. Perhaps you’ll find something to add to your own beach bag?