London Digital 2017: Publishing's Startup Culture

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London Digital 2017: Publishing's Startup Culture

If we talk more broadly than book publishing, about the digital startup scene generally, I would say that we are in a period of extraordinary innovation
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PRH Opts to Publish $65 Million Obama Books Globally

This led to speculation on a number of fronts, including whether the publisher might try to sell foreign rights to the books, which it bought world rights to
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Writing a Book? Tips for Self-Publishing

In my experience, writing the book was the easy part; much of the really hard work comes after the writing is done. If you Google self-publishing, you
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London Digital 2017: The Future of Publishing Is…

If you started in publishing back in the B.A.—before Apple—era, you … As the 2017 London Book Fair gets underway, here are some of the biggest
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London Digital 2017: Can Self-Publishing Crack the Academic Market?

Ahead of the London Book Fair, PW caught up with Glasstree's Daniel Berze to learn more about the company's plan to crack the academic publishing
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Who wants whom

Like the characters of a Jilly Cooper novel, publishing companies enjoy … to look for new blood (including, this week, e-book publisher Bookouture).
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London Book Fair 2017: More Evidence of a Print Renaissance in the UK

In his opening keynote at the London Book Fair's pre-conference, Quantum, Steve Bohme, … The report wasn't all good news for publishers, however.
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F. Scott Fitzgerald's Long-Lost Short Story Savages The Publishing Industry

Written by one of his previously successful authors, Dr. Harden, a “psychic-research man,” the new book promises to be even more lucrative thanks to
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