Direct-to-consumer, enabled by digital, is a game changing paradigm, especially for content creators like filmmakers who sacrifice and compromise little.
Defying traditional models of film distribution, The Silver Goat debuted on the iPad allowing it to instantly reach a broad international audience.
The verdict is out on whether James Daunt’s decision to partner with Amazon to sell e-books in the UK is an act of self-destruction or a brilliant compromise.
London’s Writing in a Digital Age Conference was a testament to the extraordinary human desire to write, and featured star writers, traditional and indie alike.
Nosy Crow is releasing its story books as updated enhanced apps with word tracking technology to assist children in learning to read. But will it work?
Authors Abroad and Caboodle Books help authors plan school visits around the globe, sell more books, and make a better profit while they’re at it.
Upstart UK e-bookseller and library Bilbary is open access, international and strives to offer a genuine alternative. Innovative? No. Just great bookselling.
Academia Rossica has awarded John Elsworth the £5,000 Rossica Translation Prize 2012 for his new translation of Petersburg by Andrei Bely.
Surprising ideas emerged at the recent World E-Reading Congress in London, including advocacy for sustaining print books, abandoning DRM, partnering and more.
Granta has opened submissions for the 4th edition of their seminal Best of Young British Novelists list.