Tagged: #FutureBook15

You're the boss

That corner office If you were the one running the show—the brass, the suit, top dog and big cheese—what orders would you be issuing to... Read more

A manifesto for container free content

"A fundamental question is being overlooked in this search for the optimal publishing strategy," writes Ryan Morrison . During the run-up to FutureBook 2015 ,... Read more

Authors on the march

Is the pen mightier? As if shot out of a cannon—and aimed at weak points in the walls of Fortress Publishing—many authors seem to have... Read more

Make a wish

How do you like 2016 so far? Not that long ago, in a #FutureChat not that far away, we asked you what you considered to... Read more

A manifesto for digital freedom in storytelling

"Digital publishing and the innovative energy inherent in technology empower us to rethink story and storytelling," writes the author Carol Buchanan . Based in the... Read more

A manifesto for readers

"Talk of reader engagement shows how out of touch our industry is with its lifeblood." And as the proliferation of content outstrips the growth of... Read more

What the tools of the trade tell us: Emma Barnes

"These are things all professional writers should be paying attention to," writes Emma Barnes in the address she made at our inaugural Author Day ... Read more

Your 2015 high points

Let's do the time warp again Then Amazon switched to per-page payouts on KDP Select. Right? And then Amazon changed it to different per-page rates... Read more

At #FutureBook15: New prominence for academic publishing

In "considering the hard-won lessons of the academic publishing journey," our FutureBook 2015 programme this month was organised by Bookseller editor Philip Jones to place... Read more

Book tech: Time to step up

"I’m calling for more women to start up and step up next year." Bec Evans, co-founder with Chris Smith of Write-Track and head of innovation... Read more

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