Saturday 30th April
The original was traumatic, but recycled, sanitised remakes of screen classics smack of too much fear
EU's long and fragmented copyright terms are unfit for the digital world
Or Is It Amazon?
Penguin Random House this year joined a select group of employers to remove the requirement for a degree for new roles
Two lawyers weigh in on author contracts
We should make it easier for consumers to have access to digital files when they purchase analog media
But no one is sure how to fix it
Peter James explains how the Bard's murderous, manipulative creations are his primary inspiration
Failing to credit all those involved in the creation of a book means sales opportunities are lost
Why are there so few books for them?
In my experience, African publishers are more savvy and look outside cliched representations of the continent's writers – we need more of them
The Serious Lack of Diversity in Book Publishing
The UK's higher education institutions spend more than £180m on journal subscriptions every year. We need to come together and create a better system
The design of books has been refined for thousands of years. It's still the optimal way to protect, and read, stories
The industry loves to tell writers how valued they are, but I think they mean something different
Julian Fellowes's Belgravia is an anxiously modern project
Amazon is powerful, but physical bookstores are still here
Why on Earth is Amazon launching another Kindle?
Publishing has become irrelevant
What gives a work lasting value?
I don't want big publishing to go away because when they do their jobs well, big publishers do their jobs very well
Author and editor, Bryony Sutherland explains how best to work with a ghostwriter.
Let's look to a future with more autistic writers and characters!
Survey: half of parents think reading a book is the best way to develop empathy
Never judge a book by its cover. So the saying goes, yet consumers do it all the time