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.
Editor at The Bookseller
Philip Jones looks at the problems, and positives, posed by pricing e-books at 99p.
Literary agent, co-founder at Invisible Outlaws
Literary agent Laura Macdougall says it is right to celebrate achievements in the fight for LGBTQ equality, but we must make sure to look beyond... Read more
Bookseller at Kenilworth Books
Kenilworth Books' Tamsin Rosewell says hardback books sold at a heavy discount disadvantage independent booksellers.
Philip Jones looks at what this year's Super Thursday holds.
Literary Agent at Mulcahy Associates Ltd
Literary agent Sallyanne Sweeney on having a global outlook for Irish authors.
Publisher at Tramp Press
Sarah Davis-Goff on how Tramp Press is battling book trade gender bias.
Founder at Bookcareers.com
Suzanne Collier calls for more transparency in publishing salaries.
Managing director at Dubray Books
Maria Dickenson on how the health of the Irish trade can be maintained.
Managing director at The O'Brien Press Ltd
Ivan O'Brien says that despite Ireland's rich literary history it is only recently that the country has been able to sustain a homegrown trade publishing... Read more
Philip Jones asks if London is exerting too strong an influence on publishing.
Contrary to what you might occasionally hear, cross-industry campaigns are not a rarity in this business.
Diarist at The Bookseller
I’m sure you are all familiar with “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”, in which the red, white and blue-clad superdude Steve Rogers is harried by... Read more
Chief executive at The Quarto Group
On my various travels around the world, I find myself dwelling repeatedly in these troubled times about the social and economic value of books and... Read more