Friday 29th May
women authors and story's written from a woman's perspective are less likely to win awards
Many indie bookstores actually see no point to carrying e-readers or e-books
Working in the publishing industry can let you think you know all there is to know about publishing a book, until you set out to write one
Former Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton has said children do not want feminist role models in their books
It's time to pay up
Zoë Heller and Dana Stevens debate the merit of literary prizes for which only women compete
Almost any new service is great . . . in isolation
In the age of Amazon, it takes celebrity to launch an indie bookstore
Why characters are so important and what makes the very best
Britain must be wary of how they teach children self-confidence, in a world of social media and photoshop
Says head of British Library!
Some authors flourish in front of the crowds at the biggest book festivals, but do readers get more from a smaller event?
Should books come with trigger warnings?
It's all Donna Tartt's fault
Familiar battle between those who wish to tear everything down and those who argue that it is these very structures that allow and support creativity
I try to be politic when responding to clients, but sometimes I just want to scream in frustration
Christie is consistently dismissed as merely a brilliant plotter of mysteries
It has an agenda and it is biased. And it could be a GREAT THING
The triumph of George RR Martin has made publishers greedy for multi-volume stories, but not all authors can write them – and why should they?
Three things you can do to check the accuracy of your automatic decision-making process
The shame falls away
An enemy to the publishing industry and e-book lovers, the world over
Hopefully . . .
there's that free culture movement that says all sorts of truthy-sounding things about how copyright might just be a bad thing