Tech Forum speakers Andrew Piper and Eve Kraicer are asking questions about diversity and representation in fiction and answering them with data.
While we all know there's a very large spike in sales leading up to Christmas, we wanted to know just how early in the year that notable trend starts for book shopping.
This month BookNet's president and CEO, Noah Genner, chats about the state of the market, the biggest shakeups in the industry, what we can expect for next year, and more.
Rachel Comerford explains why dating and EPUB accessibility are both difficult to master, and creatively expands the notes on using ARIA to include some advice that works in both environments.
The BookNet Canada staff choose their favourite reads of 2017.
Tech Forum speaker Anyka Davis talks about how we can support diverse books and what the major roadblocks are for in-house diversity initiatives.
Can you believe it's already December? Another year has almost come and gone but we can look back and tell you which books sold the most in 2017 (so far).
Brian O'Leary explains how blockchain technology could broaden the marketplace for publishing rights.
Simon Collinson, ebookcraft speaker, writes about the rising subscription prices of Adobe Creative Cloud services and the alternatives you can choose to keep your costs down.
We all have ideas of what the big bestsellers are going to be over the holidays this year, but what Juvenile and YA books do Canadians tend to pick up to stuff stockings and give as Hanukkah gifts year over year?