There’s some SERIOUSLY creepy stuff on Wikipedia!
Yes, it seems that everyone Crowe portrays in a biographical film winds up dead one way or another, and John Nash is just the latest victim of what many are calling The Russell Crowe Curse.
As many of us in publishing race across international borders for trade shows and conferences, our books can lag months behind us in “staggered” releases — a pattern rightly called into question.
Tatiana Maslany is FINALLY nominated for her multi-character role on Orphan Black!
It can be remarkable how readily the publishing world’s digital development is understood, from the experiences of German publishers and Italian technologists to American authors and British editors. But getting a handle on global marketing is a tall order for writers.
In this second of two articles on a panel at Berlin’s Klopotek Publishers Forum, we hear from Michael Bhaskar, Nathan Hull, and Andreas Gall on the question of fandom and how the books industry can leverage it.
A sea of youthful humanity filled the raceway. One cop told us that over 70,000 people had showed up. The first performer was Jesse Colin Young, and then the Beach Boys came on.
I’m dying for some meatloaf right now.
The book has always been a commodity, says Richard Nash, and in the post-industrial era of publishing, we’d better reward the ‘quanitified self’ for reading.
For close to 10 years, Blurb has been a go-to source of high-production family albums and gift-quality photo books. The San Francisco platform now recommends a “Dream Team” of specialists, in an attempt to woo self-publishers of all types of books.