Ben George, a senior editor at Little, Brown who works with some of the biggest names in literary fiction and nonfiction, talks about the author-editor relationship, the plight of the midlist writer, and the art of revision.
An in-depth look at book publishing as seen through the eyes of five literary agents.
The online storytelling community expands to print with the launch of Wattpad Books.
Using found objects and handmade pieces of art to publish new works of literature, a small press in Baltimore expands the understanding of what it means to be a book.
Eight publishers and literary entrepreneurs—Fiona McCrae of Graywolf Press, Jamia Wilson of Feminist Press, Molly Barton of Serial Box, Jennifer 8. Lee of Plympton, and others—on adapting to economic and technological changes.
The University of Cincinnati Press imprint publishes books of poetry and fiction that continue the successes of its affiliated literary journal, the Cincinnati Review.
The small press becomes the newest imprint of the University of Nebraska Press.
Novelist Jonathan Lethem handpicks his favorite forgotten books for reissue in a series published by Pushcart Press.
The fourth installment in a continuing series about making a living as a writer looks at the benefits and drawbacks of working in the book publishing industry.
While editing her third novel, the author develops a newfound appreciation for copy editors.