AARdvark is an online forum by the AAR Digital Rights Committee on aspects of and issues surrounding the emerging digital publishing marketplace from the agent's and author's viewpoint.
This blog does not accept comments, but we encourage discussion to #aardvark on Twitter.
Posts and the contents of links reflect the views of individual authors and not the views or position of the Association of Author’s Representatives.
AAR Digital Rights committee
writes and produces AARdvark
Shana Cohen | Stuart Krichevsky
Liza Dawson | Liza Dawson Associates
Brian DeFiore | DeFiore & Co.
Warren Frasier | John Hawkins and Associates
Jeff Kleinman | Folio
Stuart Krichevsky | Stuart Krichevsky
James A. Levine | Levine|Greenberg
Simon Lipskar | Writers House
Linda Lowenthal | David Black
Daniel Mandel | S.J.Greenburger
Jay Mandel | William Morris
Laura Nolan | Paradigm Literary & Talent Agency
Sam Stoloff | Frances Goldin
Jennifer Weltz | Jean V. Naggar
Katie Zanecchia | Writers House
Jody Klein, AAR administrator
Design and tech support
Paul Quin, Kamï-Kazê/Vincie
Tag Archives: e-publishing
DRM free? Is Pottermore the way of the future? http://goodereader.com/blog/e-reader/can-publishing-companies-adopt-the-pottermore-model/
News broke yesterday about Amazon’s Kindle Netflix-like subscription lending library that had been rumored for a while. If you need to get yourself up to speed, read the Wall Street Journal piece and then the breaking news piece from Publishers … Continue reading
Dear Colleagues in the industry, remember all of those clauses we have in our contracts regarding e-books? The ones that say that when Industry standards change we will all be renegotiating new e-book rights? Well that time is now. E-book … Continue reading
I have been fascinated about how, when discussing options our authors have to publish either new or out-of-print books, people either look at the classical publishers or self publishing. There are options in between that offer better e-royalties, curation, promotion, … Continue reading