Editor at The Bookseller
Philip Jones looks at how publishers tackle tricky subjects.
Publishing and business consultant at CGT Publishing Services
Publishing benefits hugely from a talented and motivated workforce but can early promotion obstruct development for the next generation of leaders?... Read more
Managing director at Search Press
Martin de la Bédoyère on where trends leave genuine art and craft books.
Deputy editor at The Bookseller
Benedicte Page takes a look at the changing face of publishing.
m.d at Orion
Katie Espiner reacts to the Guardian's article on whether things are getting worse women in publishing.
Philip Jones reacts to the news of David Shelley's appointment as Hachette UK c.e.o.
Freelance editor and literary consultant at Various
Bill Swainson on two Mexican journalists who are relentless in their pursuit of the truth.
Co-founder and director at Creative Future
Dominique De-Light blogs about why Creative Future is determined to help underrepresented writers.
Author at Freelance
YA author Robin Talley on how LGBT publishing has progressed in recent years and how far it still has to go.
The book business, out of all the media and creative industries, looks to be in the best shape. Don’t give up now.
Chief executive at Literature Wales
Lleucu Siencyn on the legacy and future for Welsh writers.
Agent at MMB Creative
This week the Telegraph newspaper laid a cloak of misery over the excellent UK book publishing results for 2016, concentrating of course on the negative... Read more
Editor-in-chief at Attitude
Matt Cain, novelist and editor-in-chief of Attitude, asks where the publisher-led LGBT+ initiatives are?
Naysayers, look away now: if 2015 was a turnaround year for the publishing business—when print returned to growth and digital stayed put—2016 was even better.... Read more
Archivist at HarperCollins
As HarperCollins celebrates its 200th anniversary, archivist Dawn Sinclair delves into the HarperCollins archive.