Monthly Archives: February 2011

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American Booksellers Association Support Random House Agency Move

American Booksellers Association Support Random House Agency Move

This has been late breaking news and just come in the past couple of hours. Below is the response from the American Booksellers Association to Random House‘s move to finally adopt the Agency agreement on the sale of e-books to retailers.  Image via Wikipedia From the ABA’s website: “On Monday, February 28, the American Booksellers Association indicated its strong

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World Book Day at the Irish Writers’ Centre

Thursday, March 3rd, 12 – 9pm. World Book Day at the Irish Writers’ Centre   Peter Sirr, Gerald Dawe, and Jean O’ Brien will join the World Book Day celebrations at the Irish Writers’ Centre.  The day’s events are free and all are welcome to attend. The celebrations will kick off at 12pm with a free Inkslingers

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Barnes & Noble Digital Publishing Platform Goes From Strength to Strength

Press Release: Barnes & Noble, the world’s largest bookseller, is experiencing major growth for PubIt! (www.PubIt.com), its easy-to-use digital publishing platform for independent publishers and authors, and announcing the expansion of its program into its bookstores. Since launching four months ago, more than 11,000 independent publishers and authors have joined the PubIt! community of booksellers, adding

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Web Seminar Debates How Self-Publishing Will Lose Its Stigma | Publishers Weekly

Web Seminar Debates How Self-Publishing Will Lose Its Stigma: But first, about those aforementioned bestsellers? Panelist and author Jason Pinter expressed his frustration at always hearing the same few names repeated as examples of how lucrative self-publishing can be. “What annoys me is that the same names are always used: Godin, Konrath, Hocking, The Shack,”

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Introducing the North American Big Six – The Shatzkin Files

Introducing the North American Big Six – The Shatzkin Files: “But from the perspective of publishers or booksellers outside the United States, there is a new North American Big Six. These are the companies that have direct relationships with publishers — all of them that matter in the US (with one noteworthy exception) and, increasingly,

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Lulu Blog | Lulu Support and Connect Update

Lulu Blog » Lulu Support and Connect Update: “As many of you are aware, a couple weeks back we launched a new forum and knowledge base platform, Lithium. Since then, we have been monitoring the feedback from our users, and thus far the new platform has been received quite positively. In fact, we’ve even seen

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