Friday 24th May
Where does book reviewing end and book marketing begin
Publishers make some terrible assumptions about what men and women like to read
and we are only just over twelve years into the 21st century
The concept of a school library in a digital age is challenging
Orange Prize-winner Ann Patchett is the latest author to share her wisdom on publishing and the use of self-publishing services by authors
Should we listen to those who are sceptical about digital publishing?
Nick Cohen is not happy . . .
Authors do a disservice to readers by not making it clear what to expect when appearing at a bookstore
Tate Britain has rearranged its paintings in chronological order – can that teach those of us with chaotic bookshelves anything?
The bizarre effects of prizes on people's idea of their own worth
Book publishers discussed digital-first and digital-only initiatives at the Making Information Pay conference
Has the question of genre in fiction become 'a flimsy irrelevence' or will the mores of the book trade maintain the distinctions?
There are no technical or functional reasons for Amazon and Apple to fence off their e-book worlds using proprietary e-book formats
Traditional publishing should adapt and reinvent itself
Female novelist sick of patronising covers on women's books asks fans to give classic literature a modern 'girly' makeover
Pottermore did four things incredibly well for which the words 'game changer' apply
Nook is like a treasure chest, hidden deep in the world of Barnes & Noble
There does seem to be a lot of women writers out there who – for want of a better word – are just plain nice.
It could be said that publishers themselves began the unbundling process
Great deal of conjecture
Dan Brown's take on Dante's Inferno is the thriller-writer's most ambitious novel yet — and his worst says the Telegraph
Surely the whole point of a book's cover is to allow us to judge if it is, or is not, for us?
The snobs and critics will have a field day with the US author's latest work
When anyone starts a business, some premises must be defined
What has the literary world learned from the blockbuster that was Fifty Shades of Grey?