Editor at The Bookseller
Philip Jones looks at the "stark" difference between the educational and consumer sectors.
The cheering news that so many indie bookshops emerged from Christmas 2016 with sales up is worth some reflection, says Philip Jones.
Commentator/Journalist at The Bookseller
As the Nibbies return, Roger Tagholm looks back at the history of the event.
Creative editor at The Bookseller
Danny Arter introduces a new feature which rounds up the best book design.
Author at Century
Author Eugene Chirovici on deciding to write books in English.
Author at Hodder & Stoughton
Dr Magnus Olsensen, author of Say Ja To Hygge! (Hodder & Stoughton), on how bookshops can sell the hygge trend.
Creative director at Faber Social
Lee Brackstone on the Crossing Border Festival in Den Haag.
Elf at QI
Anne Miller on why an award for celebrating interesting books is essential.
Author/illustrator at Hachette Children's
Author/illustrator and Swindon Libraries Patron Steve Antony pens an open letter in response to plans to close 10 of the borough's 15 libraries
Editorial at Grano de Sal
Tomás Granados Salinas reflects on this year's Guadalajara Book Fair.
Children's previewer at The Bookseller
Fiona Noble, The Bookseller’s children’s previewer, reveals her top tips for the coming 12 months.
Author and librarian at Mobile library, West Midlands
Author and librarian G X Todd on how it feels to be a librarian amid the changes to the library service in the past decade.... Read more
Senior programmer for literature and spoken word at Southbank Centre
Publishers and festivals can work hand in hand to promote an author’s latest book but the backlist can be just as important, says Ted Hodgkinson.... Read more
Chief executive at The Reading Agency
The Reading Agency's chief executive Sue Wilkinson on how the organisation is revamping World Book Night.
Minister for Civil Society at Department for Culture, Media and Sport
Rob Wilson on how the government wants local authorities to think differently about public libraries.