I’ve been continually shocked by the willingness of many in the publishing industry to stifle Milo Yiannopoulos's opinions, writes Yiannopoulos's literary agent, Thomas Flannery Jr.
Just released from the executive summary:What is on the five-year horizon for higher education institutions? Which trends and technology developments will drive educational change? What are the critical challenges and how can we strategize...Show More Summary
Some books that might have sold in paperback never make it past middling sales in hardcover.
Booksellers appreciate getting answers, one way or the other, to event proposals.?
A bookseller laments a severe case of fear of missing out on a book.
Talking with teen readers about books and trends for 2017.
At Maryville College in Missouri, campus President Mark Lombari speaks to CHE about their recent initiative providing iPads to all students:Well, we about outfitted our entire student body with iPads, 2,800 deployed thus far to our traditional...Show More Summary
An interview with 'Stranger in the Woods' author Michael Finkel.
It may not be the first title that comes to your mind, but we all have one.
When a major publisher legitimizes old-fashioned hate speech and rebrands lies as alternative facts, our authors lose, our books lose, and our country loses.
And if that's not funny enough here's link to all of them (so far).http://www.everysecondcounts.eu
Working with the Anti Defamation League to foster inclusivity
The 11 Most Anticipated Book-to-Film Adaptations of 2017
The hidden dark side of PW's retiring bookselling editor surfaces at Winter Institute.
My friend Gene Schwartz passed away this week aged 90. Several years ago he returned to Del Mar, California where he had spent many years earlier in life and, as always with Gene, he seemed to be cheerfully loving the lifestyle. Recently,...Show More Summary
An easy, low-cost way to act locally, effectively, and meaningfully to help all children feel welcome in the shared world they live in.
From Youtube intro:Recent shifts in technology, intellectual property and contract law, and marketplace behavior threaten to undermine the system of personal property that has structured our relationships with the objects we own for centuries. Show More Summary
Looking for ways to make the bookstore a welcoming, enlightening, and engaging place for all.
A sales rep remembers iconic Soutnern California bookseller Dave Dutton.
Continuing the ShelfTalker conversation about nonfiction for kids with some thoughts from Steve Sheinkin