Commissioning editor at Thames & Hudson
Thames & Hudson's Mark Sapwell on the far-reaching consequences of AQA dropping A-Level subjects including Archaeology and History of Art.
Chief executive at Independent Publishers Guild
Following Oneworld's Man Booker Prize win, Bridget Shine looks at the success of independent publishers when it comes to prizes.
Chief executive at Literature Wales
Lleucu Siencyn looks at the ways in which Wales financially supports writers.
Director of publishing relations at Publishers Association
The UK government’s Apprenticeship Levy, launched next year, will give publishers the chance to broaden their talent pool and recruit inventively, says Emma House.... Read more
Non-fiction publisher at Pan Macmillan
Prize wins and big-name signings aren’t always key to success in the sports market, Robin Harvie argues, as ploughing niches and looking further afield can... Read more
Founder at Lewis
Do you want to increase your creativity? Slowing down, working less and seeking solitude are among the keys to achieving a more varied output, argues... Read more
Agent at RCW
A new Deborah Rogers Foundation bursary reflects that it was the varied people and cultures that the late agent so loved about the publishing trade,... Read more
Professor of modern literature at Queen Mary University of London
In an exclusive extract, Matthew Rubery reveals how a gold medal-winning Olympian founded an audiobook company—and transformed the multimedia industry.
Founder and director at Research Consulting
Open Access models are rapidly changing, argues Rob Johnson, and academic publishers need to react quickly—or risk being supplanted...
Chair at Penguin Random House
The full text of a speech given by Baroness Gail Rebuck, chair of Penguin Random House UK, during a debate at the House of Lords... Read more
Director at Kingsford Campbell
Julia Kingsford argues that awarding Bob Dylan the Nobel Prize for Literature is "retrograde".
Founder at Toppsta
Georgina Atwell blogs about how many families are slipping through the net when it comes to book-buying.
Editor at The Bookseller
Philip Jones asks how publishers can keep books visible and find new ways to find new readers.
Writer and freelance journalist at Various
Liz Thomson says Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize for Literature win is long overdue.
Founder and publisher at Orenda Books
Orenda Books founder Karen Sullivan on the impact of publishing's "culture of poaching" on independents.