Saturday 25th October
Comparable genius to Plato's theory of Forms?
After 30 years in publishing - These are my thoughts about Frankfurt
Publishing, no less than selling, books on the web puts a little more power back into the hands of publishers
See what you have started David Willis
Ireland and its outsize contribution to modern literature
What about the times when your fire goes out, boiler breaks, or you're stuck in a freezing office – how can you keep writing through the cold?
What Verso learned diving into e-commerce
A growing and competitive market
At first blush, the qualities suggested by Patrick Modiano's fictions do not shout "Nobel."
"How I ended up with a mailbox full of dog poo..."
The verb "to curate" – especially its passive construction "curated by" – emerged in the 1980s and '90s; its origins are in experimental theatre and performance art
If there was a Queen of Twitter it would have to be HarperCollins UK's Head of Events, Sam Missingham
UK tops chart of publications per million inhabitants by a huge margin, with only China and US publishing more titles in absolute terms
French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre turned down the Nobel Prize 50 years ago today. Can you tell if he, or Bono, Joey Barton or Morrissey, said these things?
What if it makes young readers hungry only for more of the palatable same?
Why are publishers so scared of free and sample content?
Controversy, sexism and a lot of reading – judge Sarah Churchwell works out what to do now the party is over
One of the most hopeful trends, is the proliferation of international small houses run by enthusiastic publishers and editors
The Polish eBook industry is starting to see some significant gains and rose 23% in 2013
Has the local publishing community seeing stars
What we learned when we asked 3,000 people whether they read books on their phones
Many readers cite the price of eBooks as one of the primarily aspects of why they choose to read digitally
While away the time with a collection of short stories
Backtracking from controversial statements he made in an interview in which he called for lighter sentences for some people convicted of sex offenses.
This autumn, the Museum of London opens its doors to celebrate the world of the greatest fictional detective of all time with its Sherlock Holmes exhibition