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The Virtues Of Difficult Fiction
www.thenation.com

If novels aren't worthy challenges, we have no reason to linger in their pages

Ebooks And Print Can Co-Exist
goodereader.com

Four years ago there was a lot of panic

Amazon 'Exerts a Dangerous Amount of Control'
www.shelf-awareness.com

We now have a single, corporate entity that exerts a dangerous amount of control over the channels of free expression that sustain our democracy

Is This Really The Golden Age Of Publishing?
flavorwire.com

Ask Eddie Redmayne's Brother

Consumer-facing Websites Are The Future Of Book Marketing
www.bookbusinessmag.com

I see a bright future for publishers eager to develop and aggregate compelling content, especially content that readers want to share

How The Man Booker Fiction Prize Became Stacked In Favour Of The Big Publishers
theconversation.com

Award is among the most prestigious in the literary world. It is also incredibly generous to the big publishing houses

Could Amazon's Defenders Actually Be The Saner Ones?
www.teleread.com

So is Amazon bad for business?

Book Media Amplification Is Key To Small Press Success
publishingperspectives.com

How leveraging social networks for media amplification is now a key to small press marketing success

Don't Outsource Your Publishing Business Away
www.digitalbookworld.com

When a task needs to be performed for your business, you have two options

Harper Lee And Dr. Seuss Won't Save Publishing
hbr.org

The hottest trend right now in publishing is...things that were written more than a half-century ago

BoJo and the Bard
www.elizabeththomson.info

The reason for Boris Johnson's distraction from the jobs at hand have become clear: he's been busy signing up to a new book deal

The Harper Lee 'Go Set A Watchman' Fraud
www.nytimes.com

Publication of "Go Set a Watchman" constitutes one of the epic money grabs in the modern history of American publishing

Amazon Serve Author Interests Better Than Publishers
www.idealog.com

Another wake-up call from Amazon

Imagine waking up to learn that Hamlet killed his own father
www.lrb.co.uk

Andrew O'Hagan finds it hard to believe that Harper Lee was actually in favour of publishing Go Set a Watchman

Diversity in UK Publishing Still a Challenge
publishingperspectives.com

The book industry remains largely white and middle class

Authors Of Romance Novels Are Big Sellers, But Still Deal With An Age-old Stigma
nytlive.nytimes.com

For many of the women who write in the romance genre, the most distinctive feature of their professional lives is feeling belittled

We Should All Resit Our English Literature GCSEs At The Age Of 40
www.independent.co.uk

Literature is squandered on the youthful

The Book World Need Not Fear Amazon
www.theguardian.com

Nicholas Clee: It's good for books so why are so many publishers hostile to the online giant?

Samantha Shannon wants YA fiction 'snobbery' to end
www.bbc.co.uk

It's fine for all ages to read whatever they want

If We Really Want Bookshops To Survive, Why Don't We Shop At Them More?
www.theguardian.com

Our nostalgia for old technology is all too often counterfeit – and hypocritical

'Google, Mozilla Disable Flash Over Security Concerns'
www.teleread.com

Is it time for feds or others to shut down this security offender?

The Gatekeeper Strategy In The Library Market
scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org

EBSCO aim is to mediate as much commerce as possible between publishers and academic libraries

Was 'tatvertising' the nadir of book marketing campaigns?
www.theguardian.com

Taking branding a little too literally

Publishing Entering A Golden Age
publishingperspectives.com

Says Charlie Redmayne

Salon Wishes Amazon An Unhappy 20th Birthday
www.teleread.com

Suggests we remember how destructive it's been to the literary world


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US Bookshop Offering Refunds For Go Set A Watchman
www.theguardian.com

Brilliant Books in Michigan says customers are owed apologies for portrayal of Harper Lee's long-lost manuscript as a 'nice summer novel' rather than an academic curiosity

Carol Brown Janeway, Award-winning Editor, Dead At 71
hosted.ap.org

Carol Brown Janeway, a prize-winning editor, executive and translator for Alfred A. Knopf whose authors ranged from biologist E.O. Wilson to Nobel Prize-winning fiction writer Imre Kertesz, has died

How Analytics Will Change Publishing
www.digitalbookworld.com

Brave new world in book publishing

Publishing Decline At CBS Should Not Alarm Investors
www.forbes.com

For now, digital sales are unable to offset the declines in print

Japanese Readers Spend The Most Money On E-books
goodereader.com

Starting to really catch on

Game Of Thrones Season 6: 'A Song Of Ice And Fire Should Be Finished By 1998,'
www.independent.co.uk

'But don't hold your breath,' said George R. R. Martin

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