F+W Media’s HOW Design Live conference brings to more than 4,000 attendees in Chicago a message of creativity’s digital tools, collaborative potential — and importance to the world.
From two strong voices in today’s publishing commentary, questions of how books can be accommodated in a digitally-fast age, and whether we’re doing all we can to make them worth the effort.
In an unusual opening to a publishing industry conference, German author and journalist Kathrin Passig speaks of the collaborative imperative — and shortcomings she has observed — in the author-publisher relationship today.
Never less than a formidable source of contemporary sonic support for writers, Q2 Music in ‘Meet The Composer’ contributes its own new canon to that of world artistry. Music For Writers looks at a second season of this pivotal documentary series.
As more than 800 authors converge on Boston’s The Muse and The Marketplace Conference, a new avenue into library collections is being hailed by a bookless library — in San Antonio, Texas.
Klopotek’s Publishers’ Forum in Berlin convenes on Monday as one of Continental Europe’s “most senior” publishing conferences — to look at the young “new” publishing industry’s most intriguing issues.
One of Europe’s most acclaimed ensembles, the Royal String Quartet is the perfect ambassador for the music of Polish composers Paweł Szymański and Paweł Mykietyn. In Music For Writers, cellist Michal Pepol talks about the work.
Following the Author HQ program at London Book Fair, the Alliance of Independent Authors held its IndieReCon in London to do reconnaissance on ALLi’s first three years of international operation and writerly progress.
In the run-up to the London Book Fair, Monday’s Publishing for Digital Minds conference at Olympia London is the first of the year’s trade-show-opening publishing conferences.
Bestselling self-publishing husband-wife collaborators Jasinda and Jack Wilder have a new seven-figure deal for three novels with Penguin Random House’s Berkley Books. Will their fellow indies cheer? — or see them as sellouts?