Category Archives: Trendsetter

Not New York: Book Business and Culture in Toronto, Canada

Editor’s note: This post originally appeared on Publishing Trendsetter and was written by a guest contributor, Suman Seewat, Marketing Coordinator for HarperCollins Canada. We’ve added contact information for several of the companies mentioned in the article at the bottom of this post. Those of us living in Toronto are a lucky bunch. Torontonians have access to one…Continue Reading

Lifecycle of a Book in Translation

Two and a half years ago, our sister website, PublishingTrendsetter, launched an infographic called Lifecycle of a Book,which showed the process of publishing a book, from inception to final product. The infographic also came with accompanying videos of young professionals from each department talking about what they do and how they do it. Now, Trendsetter…Continue Reading

To the Rescue: An Interview with the League of Assistant Editors

This article was originally published on our sister site for young book professionals, Publishing Trendsetter. By Samantha Howard There is a dearth of publishing blogs for young people, but one of the most spirited and celebratory accounts of ambitious young publishers comes from The League of Assistant Editors, a group dedicated to connecting young agents and young editors…Continue Reading

Books Abroad: Book Business and Publishers in Toronto

This article was originally published on our sister site for young book professionals, Publishing Trendsetter. By Shannon Kobran One of the world’s biggest English-language publishing hubs can be found in Toronto. Canada’s largest city boasts an extensive book culture, housing the Canadian offices of the Big Six Five, as well as impressive local independent presses. The Canadians are…Continue Reading