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At digital publisher 0s & 1s, 80% of profit goes straight to the writer – much more than traditional print or Amazon Read more...
YakTale - a new site dedicated to sharing short stories and poetry online - goes live in less than a fortnight, so sign up now! Read more...
FutureBook - the digital blog from The Bookseller - is conducting a census that focuses on the way publishers are seeing the future of their industry. Read more...
A Facebook page set up as a shop front for yourself or your creative business is a very different beast to your personal page. Here’s how not to wind up your ‘fans’... Read more...
Miracle e-zine, a literary and art magazine for and by writers, has launched its second issue and is available now to buy or preview, as editors call for submissions to fill issue 3. Read more...
In a post discussing a tweet from author Brent Weeks last week Nate wondered, in his blog post “Not All of Us Drink a $4 Coffee, Mr. Weeks,” why publishers aren’t “trying to convert paper book buyers to E-Books buyers,” considering that publishers make more money on E-Books than on mass market paperbacks Read more...
When we look at the decision Kodak announced today to sell its film division, are we looking at the future of the book publishing industry Read more...
In the charticle that follows, Reed reflects on the decade in publishing, based on his experience publishing Snowball’s Chance Read more...
I’ve spent the past few months reporting on platforms that help school librarians make E-Books available to their patrons. But what about librarians and other educators who want to go beyond a read-only experience and enable their students to easily create, share—and even market—their very own slick, tablet-ready graphical E-Books and mobile apps Read more...
Angry Robot
The Clonefiles initiative was a small experiment, involving a single imprint of Osprey Group, Angry Robot, and one indie bookstore, Mostly Books in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England Read more...