Sunday 21st September
Kindle Unlimited Not Quite Unlimited
Amazon's goal is to make reading a book on a Kindle better than reading a traditional book.
Young adult author enters children's literature debate, saying industry needs 'books that are diverse'
Let's not be completely negative
Outdated emotional argument about the lonely, starving artist
European Commission now is clearly identifying copyright, and by extension, all media industries as a whole, as part of the digital economy
Writers and critics on which novels should have won had US authors been eligible throughout the prize's history
Key is in creating a deep relationship with readers and fans who want access
Why does it feel like the shortlist has the same sort of book as ever?
Not surprisingly, many authors have been writing about the referendum, but this political approach to their work has problematic implications
What if Scotland decides they don't want to be a part of a closed, exclusive 'UK' market
Barnes & Noble isn't dying quite as quickly as it was before
The education that an editor receives is not focused
It is as important for our cultural figures to remain engaged as it is for them to produce new work
Industry hasn't figured out how to bring publishers and authors together around how to maximize the value of the author brand
Today's writers bore on for FAR too long
Industry faces no big repercussions for errors
Edinburgh International Book Festival 'decides'
The future of the paperback format and how and when books are made available for consumption are among the most pertinent questions
Why shorter can be better
The primitive publishing model employed by STM publishers is actually a detriment to science
So-called legacy publcations aren't that far behind in reaching younger readers
A disunited kingdom?
Books can be dangerous
All of us, of any age, should read, be it in book form or digital