Keira Bunn

Keira Lyons is an editor and contributing writer for Appazoogle, a blog that explores the intersection of digital technology and the publishing industry. A lifelong book enthusiast, she is currently finishing her master’s degree in publishing and writing at Emerson College.

Articles by Keira Bunn

It's true that with ebooks, we're no longer restricted by the traditional physical constraints. Rather than using this new found freedom to ramble incessantly, many authors have found that the serialization of a lengthy story actually implants the "hook" in a new reader's gills better than if the novel were to appear as a single narrative.
Column/Dispatches from Digital Natives - Posted Dec 06, 2012
I'm one of the lucky people who were able to know their great-grandparents. My great-grandfather Jean was born in 1910 and lived to see his 97th birthday. When he passed away, he left to me--then an undergraduate studying English literature--his 20-volume World's Greatest Literature set, published by the Spencer Press in 1936. And I can't help but wonder what kinds of literary hand-me-downs my grandchildren will get.
Column/Dispatches from Digital Natives - Posted Sep 06, 2012
As a publishing professional with a deep-seated interest in the future of the industry-and, perhaps more importantly, a reader-I'm concerned that by filing an antitrust suit against Apple, Hachette, HarperCollins, Penguin, Macmillan, and Simon & Schuster, the Department of Justice has effectively legitimized an ebook monopoly for Amazon.
Column/Dispatches from Digital Natives - Posted Jun 06, 2012