Michael Bhaskar is a writer, researcher and digital publisher. He has a degree in English Literature from the University of Oxford. He has been a British Council Young Creative Entrepreneur, a Frankfurt Book Fair Fellow and is currently a Visiting Researcher at the Oxford Brookes International Centre for Publishing. His research is focused around the way digital technology is transforming the business and cultural context for publishing and other industries. He has worked with many writers and with organisations including The Economist, the New Scientist, the National Trust and the Wellcome Trust. He has written a prize-winning monograph, The Content Machine (2013), a groundbreaking academic exploration of the past, present and future of publishing. His new book Curation: The Power of Selection in a World of Too Much was published in 2016.