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Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer Wins The Sidney Prize - Posted March 21, 2012
Author Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer has won the $1,000 Sidney Prize for her short story, "Will You Staunch the Wound?" You can ... [GalleyCat]

Richard Nash: 'The Community Is the Publisher' - Posted May 10, 2011
Today on the Morning Media Menu (MP3 link), Cursor founder Richard Nash introduced his writing community and publisher, Red Lemonade. The interactive site features free online access to all of Red Lemonade's published books and allo... []

Richard Nash's Red Lemonade Takes Community Approach - Posted May 9, 2011
Publisher Richard Nash is trying to turn the traditional publishing model inside out. Through his start up publishing company Cursor and its new imprint Red Lemonade, he aims to bring community to the forefront of publishing. ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Book Expo Preview Day Is Dedicated To Indie Publishing - Posted May 9, 2011
Book Expo is around the corner and amid the hubbub of major book publishers announcing deals and celebrity presenters, it looks like it is going to be a good event for indie publishers. May 21st, the Saturday before the main Expo, successful indie publishers are going to share their secrets at... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Do Digital Review Copies Need DRM Protection? - Posted April 11, 2011
Should book reviewers be able to share digital review copies with friends? Richard Nash's Red Lemonade imprint wil... [GalleyCat]

How To Get Published - Posted December 15, 2010
Writing a pitch to describe a book is similar to creating an online dating profile, said Richard Nash, founder of Cursor, at the eBook Summit today.... [Inside Mobile Apps]

SXSW Reveals Interactive Panels - Posted November 10, 2010
SXSW has revealed a partial list of its panel lineup for the interactive component of its upcoming show in March and there are a couple of digital publishing related sessions. We have listed a couple below, but follo... [Inside Mobile Apps]

eBook Summit Book Pitch Winners Announced - Posted November 4, 2010
Last night we held our first annual eBook Summit book pitch party. At the event, ten finalists gave their two-minute book pitches to a room full of publishing folks and our distinguished judges. The pitch party winners were: The Robin Hood of Harlem: ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Richard Nash Unveils First Cursor Titles - Posted October 5, 2010
Publisher Richard Nash has revealed the first three books of Cursor's publishing imprint, Red Lemonade. Nash founded Cursor with an innovative foundation: offering writers three year licenses on their work, rather than life-of-the-copyright. The thr... [GalleyCat]

John Scalzi Defends Ethicist Randy Cohen's Piracy Stance - Posted April 8, 2010
In one of the most controversial links ever placed on this site, author Randy Cohen drew the ire of publishers with his weekly NY Times column on ethics. Cohen told a reader it was permissible to illegall... [GalleyCat]

Richard Nash Channels Tom Waits to Describe the Apple Tablet Experience - Posted January 12, 2010
For the last week, eBookNewser has been asking publishing's brightest minds a simple question: what do you think the Apple Tablet will do for publishing? Today publishing consultant Richard Nash contributed the most recent installment of "Apple Tablet & Me" (an excellent romantic comedy title, by this editor's estimation) channeling... [GalleyCat]

Richard Nash: Book Publishing 10 Years in the Future - Posted January 5, 2010
Former publisher, Richard Nash has never been one to hold back his voice on how he feels the book publishing industry needs to make dramatic changes. We asked him what he sees happening in the next 10 years and here is what he had to say: Richard Nash: 1. Most predictions for 2020 that... [GalleyCat]

"Wizard of Oz" Wins Book of the Year Award - Posted November 2, 2009
Last week an edition of L. Frank Baum's "The Wizard of Oz" re-imagined by artist Graham Rawle won Book of the Year at the... [GalleyCat]

Novel Rises to Top of Fundraising Website - Posted October 27, 2009
It was an amazingly busy day for publishing news today, so we rounded up a slew of links for your mid-afternoon reading pleasure. Novelist Robin Sloan has managed to ... [GalleyCat]

Pick Publishing Panels for the SXSW Festival - Posted August 19, 2009
Scores of publishing types are vying for a coveted spot at the SXSW Festival next year, proposing more than twenty panel discussions about the future of publishing. Online readers can vote on their favorite panels, helping determine the line-up at the festival next March. Last year's publishing panel ... [GalleyCat]

Publishing Consultant Richard Nash Talks Paying For Online Content On The Menu: Focus On Creating Community - Posted July 10, 2009
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Publishing Consultant Richard Nash Talks Paying For Online Content On The Menu: Focus On Creating Community - Posted July 10, 2009
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LAT FOB: Publishing 3.0 Panel - Posted April 27, 2009
The Publishing 3.0 panel was moderated by the LAT's David L. Ulin. Panelists were Sara Nelson formerly of Publisher's Weekly, publisher Richard Nash... [FishbowlLA]

More Layoffs At Publishers Weekly - Posted April 16, 2009
Publishers Weekly suffered a painful round of cuts in January that included editor-in-chief Sara Nelson. Yesterday the magazine lost three more- managing editor Robin Lenz, associate editor... [FishbowlLA]

Denise Oswald Joins Soft Skull Press/Counterpoint as Editorial Director - Posted April 2, 2009
Soft Skull Press/Counterpoint has hired Denise Oswald as editorial director of Soft Skull Press and senior editor of Counterpoint. She will replace Richard Nash who left the press ... [GalleyCat]

Could Microblogs Destroy the Auction Paradigm? - Posted July 9, 2008
Monday's item about the Twitter-ing around the Lynne Spear memoir elicited a thoughtful reaction from Maud Newton, who reminded readers that "online small talk, especially pre-deal, is a double-edged sword." Newton focused on a string of Twitter posts by HarperCollins marketing manager Felicia Sullivan... [GalleyCat]

BEA: On the Town - Posted June 4, 2007
As always, the convention is only part of the BEA story, with parties filling in the gaps. So as promised, reports mixed with more blurry cameraphone photos follow of some of the parties I attended over the course of the weekend. After our our party Thursday night, Mary Reagan and I cabbed... [GalleyCat]

Soft Skull Purchased by Winton, Shoemaker LLC - Posted May 16, 2007
After last week's announcement of the massive restructuring of Perseus - leading in part to layoffs, imprint cancellations and the formation of a new venture by Charlie Winton - now comes a new announcement that Winton, Shoemaker & ... [GalleyCat]

Today in AMS: "Transition Vendor" and Pressure on Non-Consentings - Posted February 28, 2007
Today is a special day in the annals of publishing, as it is technically the last day of Publishers Group West's existence. Tomorrow the company will be known as Transition Vendor, and the switch of many publishers to distribution by Perseus formally begins, reports Shelf Awareness. It's the most obvious sign... [GalleyCat]

Today in AMS: Consortium has its say, AMS Viability - Posted January 24, 2007
Radio Free PGW continues its daily accounting of the AMS bankruptcy fallout, and its top post this morning is quite the doozy: reports from Consortium, the distributor bought by Perseus last summer. Turns out that Perseus, upon acquisition, told Consortium faithful that "nothing here is going to change.... [GalleyCat]

Today in AMS: S&S Bid Rejected, Economies of Scale - Posted January 23, 2007
Buried at the end of Julie Bosman's New York Times piece about Perseus's offer to acquire the distribution contracts of Publishers Group West clients is that the federal bankruptcy court in Delaware rejected a bid by Simon & Schuster to reclaim books in Advanced Marketing Services' inventory that could be valued... [GalleyCat]

Today in AMS: WSJ Picks up the Story - Posted January 22, 2007
When it comes to the Wall Street Journal, I've learned not to ask the obligatory "what took so long?" question because they seem to go through about triple the research and vetting standards that most of the major newspapers do in order to file stories. And by delaying on the AMS... [GalleyCat]

Scene @ NBCC Finalists Announcement Party - Posted January 22, 2007
When I arrived a few minutes early to Housing Works for the National Book Critics Circle's annual bash to announce their award finalists, I figured - like most parties - ... [GalleyCat]