Story Terrace comes to the UK in June: 'Everyday people's' memoirs

‘Drinking a glass of wine on a terrace’ Editor’s Note: One of the newer publishing-related startups at London Book Fair this year was Story Terrace. Launched last November in The Netherlands, it’s planned for a UK rollout in June. Story Terrace’s business? It “consigns the life stories of everyday people to a compact book with… Read More

A Delicate Balance: Can Blurb Become All Things To All Authors?

‘The Best Parts Of Your 2014′ If you’re like me, you may find it somewhat difficult to remember “the best parts of your 2014,” but this, nevertheless, is the kind of talk we expect from Blurb. Here’s some more: The best parts of your 2014 were moments only you could live. Now turn them into… Read More

Richard Nash on Blurb's 'Dream Team'

    “To help connect writers…with all the institutional stuff” We need some kind of system to help connect aspiring writers — writers who for one reason for another operate outside the traditional publishing structure, by choice or necessity — with all the institutional stuff, with all these people who used to have day jobs… Read More