Tuesday 7th July
Borrowing from libraries doesn't pose a threat to bookshops, despite what some cynics would have you believe
Dune, 50 years on
Why must writers from Africa always bear the burden of representing their continent?
Barnes and Noble has lost over one billion dollars on trying to make the Nook brand into a viable business model
Publishers should support their authors not only with their sparkling debuts but with their fourth, fifth, sixth novels
It depends on who you ask
Contrary to Sam Leith's complaints last week, commercial publishers continue to take risks, and put out great and original work
An appeal court's decision finding Apple guilty of collusion with publishers reinforces just how cozy a cartel the industry was.
At Least Not Yet
Publishers need to shift their internal cultures to be technology-driven, rather than editorial-driven
Sunset and Sunrise on Bleak Horizons
... and here's why
Sarah Knight was sick of commuting, P&L statements and eating salad at her desk at Simon & Schuster, so she quit to freelance and seek happiness
From a bohemian Parisian temple of reading to a bookshop with hidden animals
There is a cabal of writers and publishers
How bookstores can support diversity
The decline of serious fiction damages our taste for serious argument
It is clear that neither content nor technology alone can build a successful scholarly communication enterprise
Men dominate our literary landscape in a completely imbalanced way, and it's time to change that
Five key reasons that fueled the long march against Amazon that ended in Thursday's announcement of an EU probe
Quite the most interesting thing about the new Fifty Shades book by E L James is the fact that a copy of it has been stolen.
What can the publishing industry learn from 8 year olds?
"Old Woolworths crossed with a toyshop"
Books prizes are one arena in which the winner doesn't take all
Make 2018 the Year of Publishing Women, in which no new titles should be by men