Thursday 2nd July
How process improvement, the use of keywords, and crowdsourcing metadata can improve publisher profitability and sales of books
A keen business mind and real commitment to the publishing industry are vital for a job that is all about selling – shy and retiring types need not apply
The music industry has not embraced technology to improve royalty tracking, collections and payment to the songwriters creating the music itself
The homely bookshop sells used English language books, plus works in Spanish and French, but it's also a place to hang out with a cup of tea or glass of wine
If self-publishing is constituting some mortal threat to everybody's existence, that appears less evident today than it did a few years ago
Barnes & Noble will this week launch a redesigned ecommerce web site. But will that be enough to get the firm back on the right page?
More than 20 publishing and reading-related technology demos . . . that's what
The current spate of women's diaries overthrows any snootiness about the form
If Tom Clancy can keep publishing books posthumously, why not Dostoevsky?
While the term 'pop-up' is fairly new, the concept is not
Few benefits of the e-reader are as attractive as the privacy it affords, and so after the launch of the Kindle, that's when erotic romance really took off
Louise Doughty celebrates the imagination and flair of the debut novelists who are on the shortlist for this year's Desmond Elliott Prize
Are we really a nation vibrating with anxiety?
The 'rentrée littéraire' is the annual French flooding of the book market that starts at the end of August, and they've now released the first numbers
If You Don't Pay, You Can't Play
If publishers had zero tolerance for repetition and boring administrative tasks - what would the industry look like?
Walls lined with books and the smell of fresh bagels and coffee set the atmosphere at Shakespeare and Sons, an English-language bookstore on Warschauerstrasse
Risk-averse trade publishing houses are producing too many copycat 'smart thinking' books that promise more than they deliver
Modern readers sometimes miss it, but there is even a duel in Jane Austen
If anything, the total global market for books is growing
Technology might actually facilitate increased revenue
Why subscribe to self-publishing, you ask? This self-publishing infographic explains all.
ebook technology continues to make significant strides
American university presses are harnessing social media for scholarly engagement
This summer, ARCs seem more advanced than ever