Big Ideas from Books in Browsers IV: An "Architecture of Collaboration"

“New forms of writing and reading, new tools for creating and sharing and the growing dialogue between creators and consumers—most readily evident in fan fiction, but it won’t stop there—are all pushing us to develop an architecture of collaboration,” said publishing consultant Brian O’Leary. Read More

Books in Browsers: Toward ‘More Webby’ Books

The conference’s name can trip up newcomers who might take it too literally. “Books in Browsers” is the launchpad for formats that eventually may be tied to no one device, design, or delimiting factor we worry about today. Read More

WRITING ON THE ETHER: Seeking Sanctuary

Writing on the Ether is a collection of news and perspectives on publishing. It is written by journalist and critic Porter Anderson for Jane Friedman and it appears at each Thursday. Sponsorship opportunities are available and offer generous promotion. Read More