Sunday 29th November
Seriously, why aren't there more retails stores like Amazon's book store experiment?
Intellectuals are reliably penniless, and fancy reading habits don't make you cool any longer
Sitting Through 12 Straight Hours of Melville's Tortuous Classic
The foundation that holds the copyright on The Diaries of a Young Girl by Anne Frank plans to extend it by adding her father as "co-author"
Publishers routinely use contract provisions to slash authors' royalties to mere pennies per copy sold
What's the Future?
knowing an author is a positive advantage when it comes to book reviewing
The future of the book industry lies in a combination of data compression technology and cryptography
In the literary world, talent isn't hiding. It's being ignored
but everything to do with data
Publish good books, find your readers, repeat
In a letter to be auctioned this month, the 007 author writes that Goldfinger's lesbian love interest only needed 'the right man'
Without the commercial imperative, there would be no Michelangelo, Mozart, Shakespeare or Dickens
Publishers of academic journals have a great thing going
Book market has proved less one-dimensional than publishers and sellers feared
Life seemed much easier in the brick-and-mortar days
The degree's days alone at the top are most definitely numbered
Publishers, wake up and realize that the largest search engine on the planet offers a powerful way for your content to be discovered and purchased
Why must library patrons wait for weeks to read the latest bestsellers when there are so many more great books to discover?
The day for e-readers has passed for every company not named Amazon
People like easy-peasy books that slip down without any trouble
Publishers' accounting statements for authors need to itemise digital sales as explicitly as they do print book sales
unless you're rich