The iconoclastic author, filmmaker, and relentless critic of the digital era’s challenges gives a keynote for the European Film Market Horizon and DLD. Read More
Booker Winning Marilyn Booth on Arabic Translations
Arabic-to-English translator Marilyn Booth talks about the challenges and positive signals she sees for bringing new readers to Arabic literature in translation. Read More
Is the Best Show Based on a Book?
Taking on the critics who say that TV and film are eroding publishing, the Publishers Association’s report asserts that the best—and top-earning—productions ‘begin with a book.’ Read More
Tom Goodwin: ‘Digital Darwinist’
‘Challenging all assumptions of the past’ may be only the beginning of life after the digital disruption, Tom Goodwin says. And when he speaks at London Book Fair’s Quantum Conference, he’ll be talking about the ‘share-of-attention’ dilemma. Read More
Author Pay and Publishing Profits
How profits from publishing are sliced up has become an industry debate in London, where agents are joining the Society of Authors in asking for more transparency. Read More
The Baileys Women’s Prize Shortlist: ‘A Wonderful Liberation’
‘The constraint is a liberation,’ says film producer Tessa Ross, whose leadership of the Baileys judges for 2017 honors international women authors. Read More
Patricia Cornwell Tracks the Ripper: Powered by 'Kindle in Motion'
‘I needed somebody who could publish a work of this magnitude,’ says Patricia Cornwell of her new nonfiction work from Amazon Publishing. Read More
Reading Up on the Holidays: International Book Recommendations
Our international publishing colleagues tell us which books are on their holiday gift lists this year. We wish you happy holidays and a wonderful New Year. Read More
‘Serve More’: FutureBook’s Bracing Message
Speakers at the 2016 FutureBook Conference in London emphasized putting disruptive technology to work for book publishers and readers, not fearing it. Porter Anderson Read More
Unbound's Jason Cooper: 'Too Many Titles in a Small Space'
‘The need for extreme success is now a requirement rather than a boon,’ says the UK’s Jason Cooper in the run-up to Frankfurt’s conference on The Markets. Read More