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  • My tech life: Sarah McIntyre

    My tech life: Sarah McIntyre

    By Sarah McIntyre

    Illustrator at Cakes in Space

    The effervescent children's illustrator explains how childhood tech hate turned to grown-up love, and describes her mission to get people in publishing to credit illustrators in social media. Read more

  • Startup of the week: RefME

    Startup of the week: RefME

    By Molly Flatt

    Associate Editor at FutureBook

    Meet one of edtech's young darlings, the reference tool that's winning accolades from tech giants and students alike.  The pitch RefME is a multiplatform... Read more

  • 5 inspiring things: Candice Carty-Williams

    5 inspiring things: Candice Carty-Williams

    By Sarah Shaffi

    Online editor and producer at The Bookseller

    Candice Carty-Williams, marketing executive at HarperCollins' Fourth Estate and William Collins and a Bookseller Class of 2016 Rising Star, on the things and people inspiring her to work and think differently right now. Read more

  • Startup of the week: RedDoor

    Startup of the week: RedDoor

    By Molly Flatt

    Associate Editor at FutureBook

    RedDoor combines the resources of a traditional publisher with self-pub's collaborative approach - and its founder believes that it's the perfect model to sit within a big publishing house. Read more

  • Introducing the next generation of ambient literature

    Introducing the next generation of ambient literature

    By Kate Pullinger

    Author at Various

     "We are close to having the tech that could write stories into the wireless fabric of the city. Any restaurant, bus station or pop-up could offer stories set in their spaces to wi-fi users: the world can become our stage." Read more

  • Developing a new relationship between book people and games

    Developing a new relationship between book people and games

    By Guy Gadney

    c.e.o. at To Play For

    Publishers appreciate that a good story starts at the beginning. Games publishers often do not, though recent offerings suggest this view is changing. Could Hachette’s purchase of Neon Play last week help accelerate this trend, with added benefits?  Read more

  • Startup of the week: Tekstum

    Startup of the week: Tekstum

    By Molly Flatt

    Associate Editor at FutureBook

    Sure, your book might get lots of likes - but what do the people behind the likes actually feel? This Spanish startup's new tool promises to analyse... Read more

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