Firing its community relations coordinators, handing Amazon its web site, “category management”…Why 2001 was the beginning of the end for Borders
Will the Borders bookstore closings simply leave a hole in the bookselling business, or will other book retailers step in?
Any hopes of Borders being miraculously saved from liquidation, were squandered as part of the debate on Border’s grim future was finally laid to rest.
The emergence of a cloud-based infrastructure will change everything about how we do our jobs in book publishing.
The first e-reading device using the Google eBooks platform will go on sale in Target stores across the United States this week.
You can find examples of apparent cultural bias in publishing programs all over Europe…and Latin America…and Asia.
Everyone knows the superstars of self-publishing, but there are numerous others earning a living, selling foreign rights, and being courted by traditional publishers.
Anna North, author of “America Pacifica,” discusses how her job as a blogger for Jezebel.com informs and influences her life as a novelist.
Focusing on handmade books, Publication Studio has launched nearly 90 original works, sold 10,000 books and expanded to five cities.
With support from Amazon.com and an army of eager interns, Seth Godin’s new company promises to rewrite the tenets of big league publishing.