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How should we identify the health of the publishing industry? How likely is it that we’ll see a full-size Minas Tirith built by 2023? These questions and more are explored this week, and we’ll also tell you how you can display your ebooks in your physical home. Ready? Set? Read!
Harper Lee’s soon-to-be-released Go Set a Watchman has made a splash in book culture that’s only appropriate given the high esteem with which To Kill a Mockingbird is held. Meanwhile, the Authors Guild calls for a doubling of ebook royalty rates. Macmillan adds 1,000 more titles to Scribd and Oyster, and iBooks allows more complex
How important are physical monuments? That’s the theme for this week’s rundown of book culture, as we look at the fate of author’s houses, the rising desire for print books, and how ebook retailers are trying to keep up. Are you ready for some answers? Read on. Remains of Ray Bradbury’s House | Photo from
It’s been a week full of strategizing in the wild world of book culture. While revising their injunction proposal, DOJ attorneys have lessened their suggested restrictions against Apple while targeting a greater portion of their ire toward MacMillan Publishers. Meanwhile, Quebec’s government has initiated their own book pricing discussions, taking a more favorable perspective on