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If everyone writes, who will read?

Helga’s Post #95: You may have noticed the absence of my weekly postings, although my 5 writers friends have more than made up with theirs. Regrettably, I am currently dealing with a crisis that saps my creative energy. 1,335 more words


The future of books: the next chapter

I’m currently reading a novel on an iPad for the first time. (Jane Eyre, since you asked, can you believe that I managed to get all the way through school and university without ever having read it? 1,264 more words


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An Indie Author Ready for the Future of Publishing

Literary agent Andrew Lownie in THIS article recently stated that he believes that nearly 75% of published books within then next 5-10 years will be self-published. 415 more words

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Worth Reading: The Future of the Book

As long-time readers of An American Editor know, one of my favorite and highly recommended magazines is The Economist. I find it interesting that it is a British “newspaper” whose largest subscriber circulation is in the United States. 162 more words


The Future of the Book (A Harvard Library Strategic Conversation on ensuring access to 20th-century knowledge)

Increased access to digital materials advances knowledge while presenting complex issues. In “The Future of the Book,” a Harvard Library Strategic Conversation, audience members discussed how knowledge has been handed down over centuries and how to ensure that copyright and technology do not interfere with the longevity of 20th-century works. 446 more words


The Future Of The Future Of Books via Librarian by Day

  • The future of books is hypertext! No. It’s pod! No. It’s enhanced e-books! Apps! Netflix for books! None of those? Wait. It’s cloud storage! Nothing myself or others haven’t been saying for years, but still nice to see someone who isn’t a librarian say it :-)
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