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In the new edition of The Hot Sheet, just out:
Porter Anderson and Jane Friedman look at how every social media site and message board lit up last week with news and speculation about Barnes & Noble layoffs. This week we offer highlights and sources for further reading. Also, we were at the IPA’s International Publishers Congress in New Delhi last week, and we bring you two related items: the English-language market in India and further context for one CEO’s remark about ebooks being stupid. All that, and the usual links of interest, Hot Sheet Index and more. Don't miss the special deal you get on a subscription through Bowker!
Here's a look at our table of contents for this edition of The Hot Sheet, a private, bi-weekly newsletter for both trade and indie authors, full of the expert industry analysis writers need with "no drama, no hype," as our slogan puts it:
• Barnes & Noble Announces Layoffs and a “New Labor Model”
• India: The Big English-Language Market to Watch
• When Hachette’s Big Man Calls Ebooks Stupid: Mon Dieu!
• With a New Audio Feature, Serial Box Perseveres among Startups
• Scribd Returns to Unlimited Access for Ebook Subscriptions
• Links of Interest
• Hot Sheet Index
• Hot Sheet Services Directory
• Upcoming Events Where You’ll Find Us
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