Friday 4th September
Friends Dean Casalena and Nate Gagnon were curious to see what happened when readers literally judged books by their covers, so they set up web game Judgey to find out
Social media marketing functions best when audience dictates channel and message
Why are Dav Pilkey's Captain Underpants books so consistently banned
'A Little Life,' Hanya Yanagihara's harrowing saga of friendship and sorrow, has become the sleeper hit of the summer
Aras Ahmed Mhamad spoke to Kae Bahar, author of Letters from a Kurd, the first Kurdish novel written in English
It's not often that a publisher makes the pages of The New York Times Style Magazine, but Europa Editions has done it
In Pursuit of the Gorgeous Sound of Language
What's your retail price sweet spot?
By hiring an "affably owlish Brit"
A generation of YouTube stars isgiving a boost to the book publishing industry
So what are independent bookstores doing right?
As of today, there isn't a single good resource for quality authors looking to find their first fans
The saddest bookworm
Amanda Close shares the strategy behind PRH's site relaunch and plans for future expansion
You should do LOTS of weird Kickstarter math before you crowdfund anything
You wouldn't be alone in believing that Bill Clegg merely strolled onto the Booker list
There's a lot of resistance to technology in the literary landscape
Finds a genuinely new way forward for nonfiction
My very first Captain Underpants stories were "banned" by my second grade teacher
A snapshot of today's US educational e-book market
Typewriter, you're fired!
What's the best way to get started with social media?
Lagercrantz was already the author of the bestselling book in Swedish history – his ghostwritten memoir of footballer Ibrahimovic – when he was asked to write a fourth thriller in Stieg Larsson's Millennium series
They are now at the centre of a global debate on access to knowledge
Online viewing services represent an emerging opportunity for authors and publishers