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Why Publishers Must Go Mobile
www.publishersweekly.com

Online purchases and mobile access are overtaking bricks-and-mortar channels

A Northern Powerhouse Really Is Coming – In Publishing
www.theguardian.com

How can publishers reflect the diversity of modern Britain? Follow the independents and move north

The banning of books in prisons: 'It's like living in the dark ages'
www.pastemagazine.com

Dan Slater's Wolf Boys, Nonfiction Book About Drug Cartels, Banned From Texas Prisons

Does - The Bestseller Code - Divulge Its Secrets?
www.bookbusinessmag.com

We need to know

Bonnier Books CEO Jacob Dalborg: 'Digitization Is Not Necessarily Evil'
publishingperspectives.com

The book business hasn't suffered disruption as dramatic as that of other industries, says Jacob Dalborg

Digitization Is Not Necessarily Evil
publishingperspectives.com

Core publishing activities are resilient

DRM products are defective by design
www.theguardian.com

Time to tell users what they're buying

Publishers are no longer in the book trade ...
www.booktrade.info

they are in the what-the-hell-can-we-do-to-make-a-buck trade

eBook pricing resembles three dimensional chess
www.idealog.com

It has been an article of faith for the past few years that there is revenue to unlock from ebook sales if only the pricing could be better understood

Why It's Time We Took Mills And Boon Seriously
www.yorkshirepost.co.uk

Mills and Boon could be classed as feminist literature

It's The North That Has Given The Most To Art, Literature, Language And Comedy
www.telegraph.co.uk

Melvyn Bragg says so

The Best 100 Works Of World Literature
rbth.com

according to Russian writer Dmitry Bykov

Create A Strong Author Platform With Free Content
www.digitalbookworld.com

While it may sound counterintuitive, giving away your writing benefits you in the end

Bring Back Bonkbusters!
www.spectator.co.uk

It's time for a new wave of the quintessential Thatcherite literary form

What Just Doesn't Make It Anymore, At Least Not Nearly As Frequently, Is The Big Bookstore
www.idealog.com

Book retailing is becoming a mix of pretty small book-and-literary-centric stores and an add-on in many places

Why are we so obsessed with youthful writers?
www.the-pool.com

Plus young people are generally more photogenic

What's next for Barnes & Noble?
www.publishersweekly.com

Abrupt ouster of CEO stuns publishers

Hugo awards: reading the Sad Puppies' pets
www.theguardian.com

The rightwing lobby are gunning for books to win the sci-fi awards that match their ideological project

The end of words?
www.campaignlive.co.uk

Video is eating the web but good writing matters more

People Do Still Love To Read, But They Don't Have A Lot Of Time
www.noshelfrequired.com

Technology is not the death of deep reading

Augmented Reality Can Unlock The Magic Hidden In Bookstores
www.bookbusinessmag.com

No industry has been challenged and disrupted by technology more than publishing

The Fading 'Romance of Publishing'
publishingperspectives.com

Publishers need to become 'genuine members of reading communities themselves'

Why George Orwell Statue Highlights London's Neglect Of Its Novelists
www.theguardian.com

is astonishingly short of public memorials to authors

Why Reading With Your Kids Is More Important Now Than Ever
www.independent.co.uk

Author Kate DiCamillo explains why you should read to your children

Why Audio Is Better Than Print
www.digitalbookworld.com

what's particularly exciting when you're reading a book with your ears, is the whole world of possibility that instantly emerges


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Belgium's D'Ieteren agrees to buy 41 percent of Moleskine
uk.reuters.com

Moleskine's Sale to Car Dealer Has Analysts Puzzling Over Plot

Amazon On The Hunt For Warehousing In Australia?
www.smh.com.au

It's a big place

All-woman Shortlist Selected For Dundee International Book Prize
www.thecourier.co.uk

The trio in contention are The Margins by Jessica Thummel, Shadow Jumping by Margaret Ries and London Clay by Amy Spencer

The First National Bookshop Day Is Coming To The Uk
www.mhpbooks.com

2,000 bookshops participating on October 8th

Academic Ebook Sales Flat, Preference For E-reference Up
lj.libraryjournal.com

While ebooks are becoming the preferred format for reference materials, many students still prefer to read and study monographs and textbooks in print

Rick Lightstone, PR director at ABC bookstore in Amsterdam passes away
www.abc.nl

Rick Lightstone, professional bookseller and ABC's public relations entrepreneur extraordinaire, passed away unexpectedly on September 23rd

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