• A tiny bit uncertain

    We are all aware that the digital disruption impacting the book publishing business remains unfinished, and yet it seems that we still need to keep... Read more

  • The businesses of books

    From personalised cookbooks to co-publishing, the London Book Fair last week was awash with companies talking about their latest innovations. Many of these were reported... Read more

  • The question of subscription

    Introducing his panel at the Publishing for Digital Minds Conference, Mofibo’s Nathan Hull said he wanted to spark a discussion about the subscription model in... Read more

  • When is a book, not a book

    Last week the French publishers association (Syndicat National de l’Edition, SNE) launched a campaign directed at the European Commission that goes to the heart of... Read more

  • The imprint of meaningful things

    Whither the imprint? Publishing imprints are part and parcel of modern publishing businesses, yet many question their use and effectiveness, particularly at a time when... Read more

  • The bestselling books of 2014

    Last week The Bookseller published its annual ranking of the bestselling titles of the year, combining publisher supplied e-book volume numbers with their respective Nielsen... Read more

  • Running up that hill

    The Bookseller’s Morning Briefing on Monday contained two dispiriting pieces of news for those interested in the innovations side of the book business. The audiobook... Read more

  • Canelo: a new hope

    The launch of digital imprint Canelo by Iain Millar, Michael Bhaskar and Nick Barreto comes at an interesting moment for the digital book business. For... Read more