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The community surrounding most publishers consists of an orbiting constellation of writers, translators, illustrators, publicists, agents, reviewers and other influential folk who all depend on the success of the publisher they surround. Publishers are a natural hub in their ecosystem, … Continue reading
Frankfurt Book Fair days are the best of days, and also the worst of days. Within several huge halls are assembled a good segment of the global publishing community, and if you stand above the hubbub and watch carefully, you … Continue reading
For many of us, the wave of digital change driven by e-books causes turmoil. “How can I succeed in this new world when I am a literary person, not a technology person?” “Should I acquire, market or distribute e-books in … Continue reading
At the O’Reilly Tools of Change conference earlier this year, Kevin Kelly defined the term “generatives” as a way to generate value even when the copy is free. So when is paid better than free? Consider the days of radio … Continue reading
Industry commentators in the USA are warning that the e-book tipping point is already here. The latest NYT bestseller lists are showing 99 cent e-books in the rankings. If e-book pricing declines, and more books are sold as e-books, how … Continue reading