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What Brexit Means for the Publishing Industry

General Response Citizens of the world were shocked when the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union on Thursday, June 23rd . Many have likened the scenario to one of doomsday fiction. English novelist Robert Harris wrote on Twitter, “Feel as if I’m living in a bad dystopian political thriller.” However, despite people’s shock, British feelings of separatism from the EU are not new. According to the New York Times, Britain was initially reluctant to join with its neighbors in Europe when the European Economic Community was founded in 1957. After only two years of membership, […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Industry Newsletters

When you’re trying to break into publishing or first starting out, there’s a lot to learn and a lot of places to learn it from.  Below is a list of  industry newsletters that we think are helpful to subscribe to and hope you do too. 1. Publishers Lunch – Publishers Lunch comes from the same people who bring us Publishers Marketplace.  The newsletters from this site will include the most recent deals posted on Marketplace, a job board, job moves, and “Today’s Lunch,” which is usually a good source of industry news […]

5 Top Publishing News Stories of the Week, 12/17-12/21

Every week we recommend 5 links to publishing news that the young professional should read to feel more informed and connected to what’s going on in the industry. There are only 5, so even if you weren’t able to read a thing all week, these should help keep you in the know. This will be the last “5 links” before the New Year. We at Trendsetter hope this year in book biz has left you healthier (ha), wealthier (HA!), and wiser, and we look forward to continuing adventures in 2013! […]

The Publishing Trends Time Machine: September 2000

Page 3 of the  September 2000 Publishing Trends  is pleased to bring you a truly timely blast from the past–what with a new Cader (and Schatzkin) venture, Publishers Launch taking off, and with digital books clinging to their role as Permanent Book-Biz Fixation. Personally, I find relief in both the change and continuity: new business ventures grow, technology changes, books still matter, and excitement about that stuff has been around much longer than anyone today has even been alive. Also, I like to think I’m a LOT more popular than I […]