Association of American Publishers launches copyright lawsuit against Internet Archive, Booksellers Association buys Bertline.
the book world moves to online events, Barnes and Noble warns of delays to royalty payments, and libraries turn to ebooks
Internet Archive and its National Emergency Library sparks piracy claims, print sales in crisis while Storytel capitalises on digital boom
ALLi members Clare Flynn and Jemma Hatt win the 2020 Selfies Awards, and the Internet Archive gets into trouble over accusations of piracy
Several ALLi authors are among those on the shortlist for the first selfie Awards, and threats of digital sales tax in the US.
Poetry is taking the publishing world by storm, and new players enter the blockchain sphere while Kindle page read payments dwindle.
The highlights of DigitalBookWorld, the future of blockchain, and Wattpad beta tests a pay-for option.
A date has been set for an end to net neutrality rules, Open Library launches an embed feature for bloggers, and Amazon considers expansion into the Arab world.
Nook and iBooks get a makeover, Rakuten Kobo partners Walmart, and a new prize for thrillers opens its doors to indies
ALLi's Self-publishing news looks at what the vote on net neutrality means for you, the reversal of Patreon's plans to charge fees on funding, and the Society of Authors' complaint against Open Library.