News of the eBook World
Here's the latest digital publishing and ebook news from across the web, all on one convenient page.
The news headlines shown here are drawn from six influential news sites: Teleread, DBW, Publishers Weekly, Publishing Perspectives, and E-ink Info, as well as the Publisher's Lunch Automat (their links RSS feed).
The links are updated automatically, so check back throughout the day for the latest news.
- Are publishers leaving billions on the table by fixating on well-heeled readers?
- Get 1925 lit classics for free: Fitzgerald, Dreiser, Hemingway, Woolf, Kafka, Huxley among authors
- How to read Kindle books, library books, free classics, and more on your TV via the $50 Chromecast
- How the well-connected Panorama Project could help give us a national library endowment
- Most ebook and audiobook users multitask: New study explores the details
- Curtis Brown UK Schedules Two Weeks of Virtual Rights Pitches for Late March
- Dylan Thomas Prize Announces 2021 Longlist
- Rathbones Folio Prize Names 2021 Longlist
- Connecticut AG Is "Examining whether Amazon engaged in anticompetitive behavior in the e-book business?" (We know the answer to this one)
- Powell's Closes Early Over "Safety Concerns" As Protestors Object to Carrying Antifa Critic Andy Ngo's New Book Online
- AAP’s StatShot Report: US Trade Sales Up 34.5 Percent in November
- New Initiative Brings African Literature into the IPA-UN SDG Book Club
- Rights Professionals Eye Spring/Summer 2021 Buzz Books from the US
- Frankfurt’s Publishers Training Program Returns to Taipei’s Book Exhibition
- Rights Roundup: Elephants, Mice, Aliens, and Agatha Christie