Alison Flood: As ebooks of King's latest novel circulate online, German researchers pioneer controversial new DRM technology
Dan Holloway: Tao Lin's latest novel could bring energy and excitement of Alt Lit into the mainstream literary conversation
The writer of His Dark Materials leads a new campaign to address 'underpayment' of writers for digital loans
Alison Flood: After years holding out, the author has consented to an electronic version of her bestselling novel for a new e-book website – and announced an exclusive 30-page sequel
Justice Department arguing tech firm conspired with publishers to set prices of ebooks – and break Amazon's grip on market
Company has refused to settle over claims that it conspired with publishers to raise the price of products in the US
Refusing further business, Barefoot Books says retail giant has undermined its commitment to 'grassroots values'
Novelist challenges readers to flip genders of famous book covers and expose publishers' sexist attitudes to women's fiction
The choices offered by digital publishing can only be good news for writers, says Barry Eisler. So why are traditional publishers so angry?
Traditional fairytale gets a modern, beautifully-crafted update for iPhone and iPad. By Stuart Dredge
Amazon's bid for rights to sell secondhand ebooks adds another layer of complexity to a world where the certainties of print culture are dissolving
Billy Mills: After bringing Ulysses to Twitter in recent years, this year's celebration will see the novel's hero get a book to himself
Faber trails 'fully immersive' version of The Thirty-Nine Steps, and a bespoke ebook using digital format to rethink conventional narrative
Author's speech to London Book Fair calls for an experimental approach to a changing 'digital frontier'
Novelist and Authors Guild president fulminates against depletion of writers' incomes by publishers, libraries and copyright changes