It's that time of year again. The holidays are coming, and holidays mean more book buyers. We want to help you find them.
Those of us who do ebook production are both impossibly idealistic and gluttons for punishment. We’re always asking for more, and seldom getting it. But changes are afoot, which might someday give us more control over the vertical dimension of our ebooks.
We're back to present you with more speakers for our 2018 Tech Forum and ebookcraft conferences!
Kevin Callahan tells us how to use an InDesign workflow to create born-accessible ebooks.
Grab a seat and warm up by the dragon fire, because we're back with our sixth Deep Dive study! We're serving up a fresh batch of statistics on the Fantasy book buyer.
What is blockchain and how could it apply to the world of books?
ebookcraft speaker Jiminy Panoz shares some of the radical changes CSS is currently going through that will help you overcome tough challenges and save you a lot of time, headaches, and Twitter rants.
Murder, organized crime, and....well, more murder. This month's episode is all about true crime, from recent bestsellers to the evolution of the genre.
Jessamyn West, librarian, community technologist, and Tech Forum speaker, brings us her thoughts about the digital divide and how the concerns are more qualitative than quantitative.
When The Handmaid's Tale won at the Emmys, we wondered if this win would be able to further increase sales for the book in Canada.