Sunday 1st March
HowdleIt's just seven years since Spotify emerged as a geeky-sounding Swedish start-up. Now, streaming is taking over the music business
Developments in German ebook sales — which still command just a single-digit marketshare — and the Tolino ebook platform
So, what does the relationship look like from the inside?
How contemporary writers and publishers are – or aren't – getting paid.
Amazon is big.
There is an inherent egotism in believing your voice matters – but that's no reason not to put pen to paper
The How and Why of Inbound Book Marketing
"Storing books," "Unread Books," and "Books to keep"
Coterie of publishers are forging ahead through diversification
Alternative paths to publishing proliferate but the path for authors most likely to be lucrative is still the oldest one
How much is an author worth to your business?
Anna Jean Hughes and Jacob Cockcroft founded The Pigeonhole to "transform the way in which readers and writers interact with literature."
If young writers can overcome the stare of the blank page they can stand as an inspiration to all
One of Asia's key book fairs
Five centuries may have passed but Cromwell's Tudor times offer some remarkable parallels with the economic plight of Britain today
The government and the cultural and creative industries need to take a united and coherent approach that guarantees equal access for everyone to a rich cultural education and the opportunity to live a creative life
'Hot Dudes Reading' takes on 'Cats Only Book Club'
Lately things have gone a bit limp at Ellora's Cave
With Poland's OpenBooks.com, readers can download and read self-published books for free and decide to pay for them only if they want
By stealth, textbooks have largely been banished from state schools, despite their success in countries around the world
DRM is designed to prevent customers from using digital technology beyond what a bookseller or mobile device manufacturer intended
James Daunt delivers Cantona-esque answer: 'No. They are fishermen'
A memorial service for former Random House group deputy chairman Simon Master will take place on Friday 17th April
Cutting out the middlemen of the literary world can lead to the discovery of acclaimed authors such as Andrea Bennett