Posts Tagged: distribution

Creative Writing Studies: reading on mobile devices

Many of our readers read in more than one location — for  example, at home, on campus, or whilst travelling or commuting. They wish to be able to read books in various formats on various platforms. In particular, they wish

Creative Writing Studies: reading on mobile devices

Many of our readers read in more than one location — for  example, at home, on campus, or whilst travelling or commuting. They wish to be able to read books in various formats on various platforms. In particular, they wish

Using cloud computing for audience development in book publishing

The Professional and Higher Partnership (‘P&H’) is delighted to announce that it has partnered with Jellybooks of London  to showcase P&H publications. Jellybooks’ mission is to help avid readers discover what to read next and to make it really easy

Using cloud computing for audience development in book publishing

The Professional and Higher Partnership (‘P&H’) is delighted to announce that it has partnered with Jellybooks of London  to showcase P&H publications. Jellybooks’ mission is to help avid readers discover what to read next and to make it really easy

MyiLibrary supplies Teaching Creative Writing to libraries

Anthony Haynes writes: As our previous post explained, we supply Teaching Creative Writing (edited by Elaine Walker, published 30 June) to libraries in a variety of formats – in print (in hardcover) and as an e-book in PDF and ePub

MyiLibrary supplies Teaching Creative Writing to libraries

Anthony Haynes writes: As our previous post explained, we supply Teaching Creative Writing (edited by Elaine Walker, published 30 June) to libraries in a variety of formats – in print (in hardcover) and as an e-book in PDF and ePub

Dawsonera supplies Teaching Creative Writing

Anthony Haynes writes: We supply library editions of our latest publication, Teaching Creative Writing (published 30 June), in a variety of formats – in print (in hardcover) and as an e-book in PDF and ePub editions. Our publications are supplied to

Dawsonera supplies Teaching Creative Writing

Anthony Haynes writes: We supply library editions of our latest publication, Teaching Creative Writing (published 30 June), in a variety of formats – in print (in hardcover) and as an e-book in PDF and ePub editions. Our publications are supplied to

Ebsco Publishing supply Teaching Creative Writing

Anthony Haynes writes: We supply library editions of our latest publication, Teaching Creative Writing (published 30 June), in a variety of formats – in print (in hardcover) and as an e-book in PDF and ePub editions. Our publications are supplied to

Ebsco Publishing supply Teaching Creative Writing

Anthony Haynes writes: We supply library editions of our latest publication, Teaching Creative Writing (published 30 June), in a variety of formats – in print (in hardcover) and as an e-book in PDF and ePub editions. Our publications are supplied to

Ebrary supplies Teaching Creative Writing to libraries

Anthony Haynes writes: As one of our previous posts explained, we supply Teaching Creative Writing (edited by Elaine Walker, published 30 June) to libraries in a variety of formats – in print (in hardcover) and as an e-book in PDF

Ebrary supplies Teaching Creative Writing to libraries

Anthony Haynes writes: As one of our previous posts explained, we supply Teaching Creative Writing (edited by Elaine Walker, published 30 June) to libraries in a variety of formats – in print (in hardcover) and as an e-book in PDF

Supporting independent booksellers online

Anthony Haynes writes: Many readers are concerned to support independent booksellers. There has been much debate in the press, online, and in the industry about the domination of bookselling by large corporations such as Amazon. Typically, the debate has focused

Supporting independent booksellers online

Anthony Haynes writes: Many readers are concerned to support independent booksellers. There has been much debate in the press, online, and in the industry about the domination of bookselling by large corporations such as Amazon. Typically, the debate has focused