The US Bureau of Labor Statistics has put together a chart showing how expenditure on the written word varies by demographic. It focuses on newspapers, magazines, books and ebooks. That’s a bit odd because it includes the digital versions of books (ebooks) but not the digital versions of magazines and newspapers (websites).
This article originally appeared in the Bookseller on 2nd May 2014.
This year, I was honoured to be asked to be a judge of the Bookseller Industry Awards. It was intimidating, sitting alongside the organiser of the Man Booker Prize and The Bookseller editor Philip Jones, providing my perspective on who was successful in publishing in 2013. Continue Reading