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Publishing Perspectives Launches Children's Publishing Newsletter - Posted September 8, 2011
Publishing Perspectives, the online industry news journal, has launched its first newsletter focused on children's publishing. This newsletter will offer readers new... [GalleyCat]

Publishing Perspectives' Edward Nawotka: 'Digital Publishing Is Less of a Sinkhole, More of a Portal' - Posted October 13, 2010
We recently launched a new video series with the Movable Type Literary Group. Entitled "The Book Futurists," the series will feature interviews with ten digital publishing pros. The second interview is embedded abov... [GalleyCat]

Literary Scout Confidential - Posted December 14, 2009
Most readers don't know about the literary scouts running around the publishing industry--the literary consultants who keep track of the year's big books and report book deal intelligence to publishers. Over at Publishing Perspectives retired literary scout ... [GalleyCat]

Robert Barnett's Multimillion Dollar Advance Touch - Posted August 31, 2007
Bloomberg's Edward Nawotka finally uncovers some answers to questions I've wanted to ask for ages: how exactly does Robert Barnett earn his living from the megawatt authors, politicians and celebrities he represents? Not by standard agency commission, that's for sure, because e... [GalleyCat]

Now You Can Spend Your Offshore Account Money At A Bookstore - Posted July 16, 2007
PW Daily's Edward Nawotka broke the news Friday that Books & Books, Mitchell Kaplan's Miami bookstore minichain, is opening a fourth location, this one in the Cayman Islands. The new 5,000 sq. ft. store is part of Camana Bay, an upscale retail and housing... [GalleyCat]