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Archive for November, 2010

A year in digital publishing

It’s nearly a year since the first FutureBook conference in London. To mark the year we ask those working in more »

Creating stories in layers

Digital publishing is about being nimble with content, a much more fluid process than the paper and ink variety.

Enhanced Editions announces partnership with AudioGO

Enhanced Editions, the London-based digital publisher behind the Bunny Munro and Wolf Hall iPhone apps, has announced a partnership with AudioGO (previously BBC Audiobooks) to produce enhanced versions of landmark titles and best-sellers from the BBC Archive.

Jobseekers! Are you a developer with publishing experience?

EducationApps, which produces high quality revision and learning apps for mobile devices, is looking to hire a mobile developer. Salary more »

What is possible with literature and paper?

“I hope Tree of Codes in some ways contributes to this conversation that we’re now having with what’s possible with literature and what’s possible with paper.”

Granta 110 app

The iPhone app includes exclusive memoir, video, photography and illustrations and features writing and illustrations from the 110 issue, including memoir by Mark Doty and drawings by Dave Eggers.

New media writing and the mainstream

While the New Media Writing Prize to some extent puts the field in the spotlight there are several things holding it back from the mainstream.

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Publishers at Risk of Becoming Culturally Irrelavant

The publishing industry’s poor commitment to diversity, lack of senior Black Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) professionals and over-reliance on unpaid internships is putting it at risk of becoming culturally irrelevant, claims a new study launched today.

TLP helps kick off London Book Fair’s virtual conference

The London Book Fair launches its first social media conference this year to focus on trends in global publishing, ahead more »

The Literary Platform one of UK’s fastest growing women-led businesses

The Literary Platform is delighted to announce that it features in the Fortuna 50 Index of the UK’s fastest growing more »