Sunday 25th January
Russian bookstores are using movie style trailers to grab people's attention and promote interest in reading
Ever worried you might be generally addicted to books?
The unexpected virtue of tagging
A New Lens for a Challenging Landscape: Results from the 2015 Author Survey
Begin with the end in mind
Whether for birthdays, words of comfort, or World Book Night, here are the books we can't stop giving
Amazon's growing place in the market, the changing role of publishers and the value of books in our society
Four lessons from digital publishers
To the average consumer, the idea that a comic book publisher would offer annual subscriptions of its books to send to customers seems quite obvious—don't they already do that?
Young brother and sister seen playing with matches, whittling with a knife and dipping fingers in boiling water in images from 1960s Junior Science Series
The rise of self-publishing and the globe's 'Big Five' book publishers have challenged retailer Amazon, which rose to success largely through book sales
Words are the most wonderful things. They have power to astound and dismay, make us happy and take us to the brink of despair.
Aerbook's new Aer.io Retail Network, "enables any person or company to create, customize, and curate" an online bookstore optimized for mobile devices and social media
Scheme to inspire deprived communities through books headed for landfill
When rewards are so negligible and publishers so unenthusiastic, why do authors even bother to write short stories at all?
We pay homage to picnics, polyester and Pat the dog
The number of youngsters reading for pleasure has declined sharply, but this sector of publishing is booming – which results in some very strange maths
All hail paper, the book reading technology resurgent
Build a loyal following in a niche group, rather than trying to appeal to everyone
While trade publishing is arguably still in the middle of its first digital disruption, the academic publishing landscape is in a much more mature stage of development
Publishers must pursue qualitative measures alongside quantitative ones
Guillaume Musso yet again in the top spot
Douglas Adams found instant celebrity aged 28, Tolkien didn't publish until he was 46
Why did he do that?
It turns out that someone or something may have been reading over my shoulder