As the holiday season picks up, New York does not forget the gift of words. Check out these bookish December events. December 2: The Half King Reading Series Featuring: Jeffrey Lewis, “The Inquisitor’s Diary” Jeffrey Lewis is the author of Meritocracy: A Love Story, The Conference of the Birds, Theme Song for an Old Show, […]
After all the excitement of BookMachine Everywhere (6 cities, 6 speakers, 1 night) last month, we’ve decided to take it a bit easy between now and Christmas. That doesn’t mean we aren’t going out and about with anticipation of the festive season! Here’s our list of publishing events in and around London-town.
Tom Chalmers is Managing Director at IPR License. There are many words that spring to mind when reflecting on an event like the Frankfurt Book Fair. So in no particular order here we go. Exhausting, inspiring, demanding, meetings, contacts, rewarding, initiatives, partnerships, innovations, coffee, business. There are countless more – and I’m sure you get […]
The Society of Young Publishers’ (SYP) annual conference brings together a large number of publishing types on a Saturday in November (when it’s too cold to do much else!). This year, the announcements ahead of the event are coming thick and fast and getting better by the day. First up, the team announced a great […]
Ever since 50 Shades of Grey landed on bookshelves, however well hidden, the talk of self-publishing has gone up several decibels. There are now authors saying publishers are no longer needed, stories of great success and precious money thrown away for murky services. Each year, market-leading self-publishing company New Generation Publishing runs the Self-Publishing Summit, […]
This is a guest post from Charlotte Whitbread, Business Manager, at Book Industry Communications Ltd. On 25 September 2013 BookMachine (@BookMachine) held simultaneous events across the globe, covering 6 cities, 4 countries and 2 continents. With book trade professionals gathering in Barcelona, Brighton, London, New York, Oxford and Toronto, the international nature of the book […]
Julieta Lionetti has more than 20 years experience in the book industry. An international trade publisher until 2007, she has embraced the digital (r)evolution from its inception. On Wednesday she’ll be speaking at BookMachine Barcelona “On How Freakin’ Techies Taught Me To Love Literature Again”. Fabrizio Luccitti interviews Julieta for BookMachine.
Brett Sandusky is a maker of things, both digital and physical. He is the founder of bdigitil Media Labs, a consultancy which provides UX, product development services, physical and digital prototypes, and strategy assistance to companies launching new ventures. On September 25th, he’ll be our speaker at BookMachine New York. We wanted to find out […]
GlobalBook is an international project that connects the entire book publishing chain, giving publishers more data about how sales are achieved, and the intelligence to do better. In this short interview Fabrizio Luccitti, asks Núria Pérez Olid (Chairwoman) more about their work, and plans for the future.
Since everyone else is talking about it anyway, we might as well drop any kind of modesty and also provide you with a plug for the global launch night for BookMachine’s online networking platform, bookmachine.me, which is taking place on 25 September with six events in six cities around the world. The new site – […]