I've often written here about the necessity of taking the long view in the writing life because ultimately, in writing, as in any art, the internal reward must come from the doing of the art itself because the external rewards can be, shall we say, uneven.
GCHQ reportedly helped protect a yet-to-be published book from being pirated.
Marianne C. Gourary amassed hundreds of cat artworks spanning four centuries. And we love her for it.
Trust me. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The book's title refers to a harvest that occurs once every ten years when the Rephaim
Bloomsbury Publishing said today sales reflect current retail weakness, with the launch of Pottermore.com boosting children's
Like her list of inspiration, Blackall's art has a patchwork quality, living somewhere between Edwardian fashion plates, Japanese woodcuts and a more colorful Chas Addams.
The new government must push further on a range of issues from digital piracy to VAT, regardless of who holds the keys to
Harry Potter is getting a makeover. The boy wizard's seven adventures, penned by JK Rowling, are being given new covers by
Last year I was invited to join a discussion at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival about the future of book publishing
In a perfect world, would such a black person on the cover limit a book's saleability? No. Does it really? Yes.
The same publisher has done it again, releasing Jaclyn Dolamore's "Magic Under Glass" -- the protagonist of which is clearly