Monday, November 26 2012
Since it launched in 2007, Bazillion Points has released seven of the best books about metal and punk, including the very best book about metal, yet.
Wednesday, July 13 2011
PopMatters speaks to major figureheads in the POD industry to determine where it is, what it can do, and most importantly, where it's going ...
Wednesday, September 8 2010
Historically, so-called women’s fiction is a bit of a mess. The Bronte sisters, studied in literature and MFA programs the world over, were forced to publish under male pseudonyms, while authors such as Jane Austen and Louisa May Alcott, who enjoyed some success in their respective periods, were still condescended to.
Thursday, April 1 2010
Apple's latest gadget, the iPad, hits shelves this weekend. There's been a lot of chatter on the interwebs and in the publishing world about how the shiny new tech may change the way we think of books.
Wednesday, March 31 2010
Wednesday, February 17 2010
Sunday, November 15 2009
Content producers have the power to be whomever they want, but if they let themselves be dictated too much by factors like Google, page views, and ad revenue, they end up simply joining a droning, mundane chorus of mediocrity.
Sunday, October 18 2009
Twitter has fast become a land of curators. But where does curation go from here, and do we really want it to go there?
Sunday, October 4 2009
The impossibility of getting a realistic love story published in Iran, a relationship gone off the rails, a mysterious assassin; how much more intrigue and frustration could fit into one story?
Tuesday, September 8 2009
The fears of a Disney planet are fears that these characters we cherish will be tinkered with or even taken away from us.