Deputy editor at The Bookseller
Benedicte Page looks at what can drive innovation in publishing.
Intern at YA Shot
Alice Caldecott says comic books should be taught in schools.
Production editor at IWA Publishing
Niall Cunniffe asks if writers' festivals are worth time and money.
Publisher at National Trust
The National Trust's publisher Katie Bond talks about a project between the organisation, Falmouth University, and writer Wyn Menmuir.
Stephanie Williamson says the industry needs to publish more books featuring religious characters if it wants to be truly diverse.
Writer and senior lecturer at Bath Spa University
Gavin James Bower says the Man Booker Prize longlist shows the publishing industry needs to start talking about class seriously.
Editor and Marketing Manager at Saqi Books
Saqi Books' Elizabeth Briggs on how there is no such thing as a dangerous language, even if transport authorities disagree.
Books Editor at The Bookseller
Alice O'Keeffe, The Bookseller's books editor, looks at who is in the running for the Man Booker Prize 2017, and who missed out. ... Read more
Editor at The Bookseller
Philip Jones looks at the complexity and layers of the publishing industry.
CEO/MD/Owner at Society of Authors
In an open letter, chief executive of the Society of Authors Nicola Solomon urges publishers to adhere to a seven-step plan to ensure that special... Read more
Diarist at The Bookseller
Horace Bent reveals which book has trotted off with this year's Diagram Prize for the Oddest Book Title of the Year.
Philip Jones reflects on the importance of bookshops to their communities and the health of the wider book market.
Author at Self-employed
Author Non Pratt explains how researching her latest novel inspired her to raise money for charity.
Author at I.B. Tauris
Former Europe minister and author Denis MacShane outlines some of the effects that Brexit may have on the book trade.
Writer at Write Now Live
Benjamin G Wilson, selected for Penguin Random House's WriteNow 2016 programme, reflects on the scheme.