Archives : future of books

Page Two Talks Self-Publishing with the CBC

March 23, 2017

Page Two’s Jesse Finkelstein was featured in a recent article by the CBC, discussing publishing’s ongoing transformations and the shifting perception toward self-publishing. “It’s no longer about the vanity press. This is really about the fact that there are more … Read more

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Current Trends in Book Publishing

March 15, 2017

For a couple of years, adult colouring books were all the rage. Interest in them waned in 2016, and now a fascination with the Danish concept hygge is taking the publishing industry by storm. Hygge refers to a sense of … Read more

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From Quill & Quire: Page Two Publishing Agency Launches Its First Title, a Pokémon Go Guide

December 16, 2016

Vancouver-based publishing agency Page Two Strategies has found success with the first commissioned title released on its new in-house imprint, Page Two Books. The Unofficial Pokémon Go! Tracker’s Guide: Finding the Rarest Pokémon and Strangest PokéStops on the Planet
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Publishing Trends: the Year of the Adult Colouring Book

November 16, 2015

A publishing industry trend is hard to predict. Who could have known that a boy wizard would take the world by storm, or that Fifty Shades would bring erotica further into the mainstream than ever before? Once a strong book trend takes hold, … Read more

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Surprise: Millennials Are Devoted to Print Books

April 13, 2015

 Last week a university professor asked us, “Will print books still exist in ten years?” It was a provocative question intended to spark discussion. But when we stated emphatically that yes, of course they will, he wasn’t convinced. His undergraduate … Read more

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