Friday 31st October
The publishing industry is changing (and fast)
Astonishing good fortune
As websites begin to generate more mobile than desktop traffic here are some of the best practices of leading publishers
OA has indeed established itself within the world of scholarly communications though it is more of a toehold than a revolution
The longest novels, the shortest stories, the number of kisses in Jane Austen's novels have been counted so you don't have to
Today studies show that hashtags are useful. And they're not. Actually, it depends
Everything you needed to know about an Octothorpe
Books in Browsers V demonstrated various efforts by Silicon Valley to help the publishing industry explore new digital opportunities
The sixth meeting of European Literature Days (ELiT) was a literary festival held in the small picturesque town of Spitz in Austria overlooking the River Danube
A legendary bookstore in Paris
Africa remains the most fertile place to get unusual stories
Everyone loves a heartwarming tale of brands spinning potentially negative news into a huge PR win.
The Welsh poet, who would have been 100 this week, was one of the last true Bohemians
Seventies party boy turned all-powerful literary agent Andrew Wylie is perhaps the most despised and admired player in international book publishing
Award this year can boast the most varied shortlist in its history
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..."