Tagged: digital book world

Author Earnings: Springtime for UK indie ebooks

Welcome to the UK, Author Earnings Unlike the US, where collective indie ebook earnings long ago surpassed that of all Big Five authors combined, in... Read more

Do you fear reader analytics?

Just a day before we got the news this week that Authonomy was to be closed by HarperCollins UK , London-based entrepreneur Andrew Rhomberg had... Read more

#FutureChat Recap: Digital publishing and children

Join us each Friday for a #FutureChat live Twitter discussion on issues of publishing and innovation: 4 p.m. London time, 11 a.m. New York time,... Read more

UK author income survey: Another publishing bombshell

Brace for impact The key survey revelations commissioned by the UK's Authors' Licensing & Collection Society (ALCS) -- with full details to come in the... Read more

Rizzoli and Amazon launch BigJump, a Literary Award for unpublished Novels in Italy

Rizzoli, Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) and the Italian startup 20lines launched BigJump, the first literary contest devoted to thrillers, romance and historical novels where... Read more

A Question and Some Random Observations

I’ve spent the last two and one-half days with about 1500 of my closest friends at Digital Book World 2012, this week’s entry into the... Read more

Digital Book World: Update at 6 weeks

The January Digital Book World (DBW) conference in New York was reported on this blog by Philip Jones and others. DBW is owned by our... Read more

These Charming Men: Digital Publishing and the Cult of Personality

This weekend I came across an interesting observation from 2002 by Alistair McCleery, concerning ‘the general erasure of the human from book history’, being: Read more

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