Tuesday 31st March
Moving away from book-centric thinking also stands to offer more flexibility in the ways publishers create value for readers
Publishing insiders from France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Sweden share what's happening in their markets,
New bookstore concept in Hong Kong started by looking at what readers loved in books and building from there
The business of creating and selling apps
What reading 80 novels taught her about the state of modern fiction
JK Rowling has some inspirational advice for graduating students – or for anyone in this universe, really
Could your Harry Potter collection be a goldmine in disguise?
And print should continue to be a top priority
Soundscapes tuned to different genres
Look out for the primates!
Acclaimed Danish writer Dorthe Nors reflects on the beauty of the short story form
Customizable presentation pages that can be used for marketing, educational or commercial purposes
Ever since she was given a typewriter by her mother at the age of 10, Claire Lorrimer has found great joy in writing
At the same time that the US was perfecting the art of the pulp book cover, the same thing was happening in Mexico
It's the ultimate Chamber of Secrets
Should continue to see steady revenue growth in book publishing, primarily led by a growth in e-books sales
The first step is for a publisher to articulate their minimum standard for an author's online presence
Most press releases are full of words and phrases that add no value at all
Let's face it: book advertising has a lot of catching up to do.
A game-changer for the publishing industry?
ObviousPlant claims to have printed up a few hilarious fake book jackets and stealthily placed them on existing books in a West Hollywood bookstore
More evidence that literature (from anywhere) in translation doesn't really sell, except in relatively rare cases
"Appointment listening" in the same manner as people will tune in to watch their favourite TV shows
Journalists have flocked to the audio sharing site but how are they using it?
I would like to see publishers build backwards-compatible EPUB3 and move forward once and for all