Sunday 24th July
A great bookstore is an idea as much as it is a physical place
Using machine learning platforms can provide publishers with opportunities to get real-time information about their readers
Well it is true that the United States has way, way too many guns and it also has way too many books
It's a lie that makes its proponents millions, if not billions, in revenue
Books are beyond wonderful, and so are independent bookstores: communal in the best sense of the word
Men's writing is just writing and everything else is a sub-classification
Publishers are winning in their quixotic war against their own electronic books
Audible introduce interesting and long overdue service
We have already lived through the biggest period of transition
All self-publishing authors are indie, but some may be more indie than others
All that doom and gloom and existential terror? Well never fear, because all of that worry was totally unfounded!
Is too much contemporary teen fiction drawing on the same political values and assumptions?
who wants to write the 'Friends Reunited Novel' only to find it's defunct in five years
Gay Talese is only the latest red-faced author to publish a book replete with errors—errors a routine fact-check would have caught
But working in an industry that is inherently a service to society, we risk subscribing to the notion that this is enough. It's not
It will be hard work to surprise us
The butcher's bill has been rolling in all weekend
She and her bookshop's staff have assembled a great, inclusive list
'We're Rather Scared'
This catastrophe has had a thousand causes. Here are some
Condensed, or just dense?
The printed book remains a significantly more developed piece of technology than the e-book
Why do people gripe about the price of a book?
Writer and Times columnist says Twitter needs to 'grow up' and tackle abuse against women