Saturday 26th July
But in the end it's readers who matter
Robbie Collin watches the new Fifty Shades of Grey trailer and finds it as arousing as week-old meat loaf
Publishers suddenly act as if it's the beginning of the apocalypse.
A new report says that the subscription ebook model will inevitably be a big part of the publishing business
Wider eligibility criteria have given this year's longlist an Anglo-American feel – but it's also overwhelmingly white and male
The level of arrogance required to state that AU can use its own reader fans in its fight to increase the price of books for those very fans is astounding
Some authors have it good and some don't
Instead of concentrating on "beating Amazon" publishers should at least try to capture the "essence" of start-ups like Wattpad
Amazon's intent with "Kindle Unlimited" is clear
Like many authors, I've been struggling to decode all the noise
Amazon may be the Bill Clinton of brands
How heavily should novelists rely on true cases, and when does fiction go from entertainment to exploitation?
Gary Pulsifer has been dismissed from Arcadia, the publishing company he founded in 1996
Four strategies to help businesses reduce their dependence on powerful platforms . . . or not
How you can possibly read a story in bursts of 140 characters
Authors vs Publishers
The siren call of the modern tech colossus
Critics are still claiming the downfall of human society due to the abundance of explicit content
There must be a limit to the number of authors the reading public can support, and perhaps we have reached it.
AND does it matter?
Jean-Claude Juncker says . . .
Are the French right?
Any library needs well-paid staff in order to function
If too few people buy physical books, they will cease to be financially viable to produce
Looks like publishers lose again