To help celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, we sat down with Sue Carter, Editor-in-Chief at Quill & Quire, to discuss some of our recent research, what challenges are facing the book industry, what book buyers think of Canadian books, who the most well known Canadian author is, and lots more.
Micah Bowers' ebookcraft 2017 talk, Ebook Apps from the Inside Out, is an exploration of the past, present, and future evolution of ebook reading applications and how that impacts and informs the art and craft of creating ebooks.
We've compiled six fantastic podcasts that are all about the business of books. Ebooks, sales trends, book marketing, and tonnes of other book publishing-related topics are covered across the hundreds of episodes in these podcasts.
There has lately been a huge surge in demand for audiobooks. In this podcast, a panel of industry pros talk about the audiobook landscape, from current trends to future opportunities.
In this panel from Tech Forum 2017, panelists Léonicka Valcius, John Toews, and Tan light discuss how to effectively market and sell diverse book lists.
The one thing all publishers always have more than enough of is content. McSweeney's Jordan Bass joins us on the podcast this month to talk about their approach to repurposing content.
This month on the BookNet Canada podcast we talk with Ashleigh Gardner, Head of Partnerships at Wattpad.
A mini episode of the BookNet Canada podcast that looks back on the year that was 2016 in terms of Canadian publishing.
With the recent resurgence of brick-and-mortar bookstores and the plateauing of ebook sales, David Sax sees a bright future ahead for physical books and the people who love them.
Is the print book as a technology underrated? We discuss in this episode of BookNet Canada's Podcast.