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Made to last: How the world’s greatest works of literature find a place in the Penguin Classics list
An interview with Henry Eliot, Creative Editor of Penguin Classics in the UK on his new ‘book museum’ and the future of the world’s largest classics imprint.
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· Dec 09, 2018 · 08:30 am
‘The ebook is a stupid product: no creativity, no enhancement,’ says the Hachette Group CEO
An interview with Arnaud Nourry about the future of digital publishing, why he took on Amazon as an opponent and the market potential in India.
· Feb 17, 2018 · 05:30 pm