A primer on an imaging technique that lets us visualize the invisible forces that surround us. The post The Invisible World of Schlieren Photography appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
'With those working in the UK’s cultural and creative sectors voting overwhelmingly to remain' in the union, can the EU's grants program serve the UK? The post Creative Europe’s New UK Report: In the Shadow of Brexit appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
The 'Dangerous' author has filed a $10 million lawsuit against his former publisher, Simon & Schuster. Is it a publicity stunt? Or can he prevail?
Releasing in some 50 languages in early October, Dan Brown's 'Origin' is set 'on a trail marked by modern art and enigmatic symbols.' The post Dan Brown Speaks at Frankfurt Book Fair: ‘Origin’ Is Published in Germany by Bastei Lübbe appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
The attorney and author James Grippando, with more than a dozen Jack Swyteck novels published, is the seventh winner of the ‘ABA Journal’ and University of Alabama School of Law’s prize. By Dennis Abrams | @DennisAbrams2 ‘My Dual Career’ he University of Alabama School of Law and the ABA Journal have announced the James Grippando,…
Rightwinger said his book – self-published after he was dropped by Simon & Schuster – had sold 100,000 copies, but data shows fewer than 20,000 salesRightwing controversialist Milo Yiannopoulos has branded reported low sales of his new book “fake news” after official figures revealed the writer has failed to rock the book charts on either…
How do you know which technologies, tools, or best practices to incorporate into your organization? What if you had money to invest? Where would you place your bets? This month, we asked the Chefs that question. Come see what they said. The post Ask The Chefs: If You Were A VC Investing In Scholarly Communications,…
Conversations have begun ahead of October's The Arts+ at Frankfurt Book Fair, an examination of convergence in digital technology and the cultural context. The post In London and Berlin: Two Evenings in the Run-up to The Arts+ appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
From Quartz India: 'You should be allowed to publish whatever you want as long as you do it well,' says India's Seagull Books' Naveen Kishore. The post Seagull Books: A Fast Track to English Translation in India appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
From a city-wide book exchange in Latvia to a 'New Writers Festival' in Greece, Aldus surveys European book fairs' approaches to promoting reading. The post Audience Engagement and Reading Promotion: Aldus’ New Report on European Book Fairs appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
For the first time in the industry, library patrons can access audiobooks, magazines, and eBooks all in one easy-to-use mobile app. The post Recorded Books Unveils Revolutionary New RBdigital App appeared first on Digital Book World.
Where are ebook sales headed? Which countries spend most hours reading? Which populations are considered the most “literate”? Our infographic tells all. The post Which Country Reads the Most? A Guide to Global Reading Habits appeared first on Digital Book World.
Today's Guest Post explores toll-free linking as a way for publishers to enable authors to share works published in subscription journals. Guest blogger Todd Reitzel has worked in publishing at several STM and social science associations, most recently the Association for Psychological Science. The post Guest Post: Toll-Free Links Should Be a Win for Everybody…
From The Irish Times: A question of most popular reads becomes a chance to demonstrate what the OCLC's 'WorldCat' international library system can do. The post Ireland’s Most Popular Books? OCLC’s WorldCat Can Offer Answers appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
London-based Unicorn announces a US photographic monograph. And the IPR License rights platform adds Switzerland's Peter Lang and the UK's ICE Publishing. The post Industry Notes: Unicorn Acquires Chambers Retrospective; IPR License Signs Peter Lang and ICE appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
He's just won a major award for a book that doesn't name him on its cover. Translator Daniel Hahn has endowed a prize for new translators and their editors. The post Daniel Hahn on Translation, Awards, and Dodging Oblivion appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
After departing from Grand Central Publishing earlier this year, Jamie Raab and Deb Futter have resurfaced at Macmillan, where they will launch a new division called Celadon Books.
Open online review has the potential to attract many more eyes to a new piece of research than conventional peer review. In reality, it may do far worse in attracting the eyes you want. The post Study Reports Open Peer Review Attracts Fewer Reviews, Quality Suffers appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.