Nuts, Bolts and ‘The Persistence of Print’ at Digital Book World

On the pre-conference day of Digital Book World, the children’s market focused on gains and print loyalty, while workshops explored the digital development of sales and audience. Read More

Nuts, Bolts and 'The Persistence of Print' at Digital Book World

On the pre-conference day of Digital Book World, the children’s market focused on gains and print loyalty, and workshops explored the digital development of sales and audience. Read More

‘Putting Readers First’ At BEA: Gatekeepers, Curators, And ‘Too Many Books’

‘Readers Are The Power Brokers Who Matter Most’ Readers decide. Readers come first, as they are the primary filters. Imprints, choices, and selections should really mean something. Brand can’t be faked in this area. Publish fewer books; publish better books. The concept has begun gaining traction as it dawns on many of us that “discoverability”… Read More

The Best Thing About Zuckerberg’s Reading Program: He’s A Guy

Never Say ‘Men Don’t Read’  It may be the publishing world’s most irrational lie. I mean, would you leave half the population’s money on the table? Me, either. But you’ve heard it, of course: “Men don’t read. Doesn’t matter what book you give them. They just don’t read.” Mark Zuckerberg And every time that meme is… Read More