• 5 inspiring things: Flora Willis

    5 inspiring things: Flora Willis

    By Sarah Shaffi

    Online editor and producer at The Bookseller

    Flora Willis, marketing manager at Profile Books and Serpent's Tail, shares five things inspiring her to think and work differently. ... Read more

  • Voice of an angel: Patrick Vlaskovits

    Voice of an angel: Patrick Vlaskovits

    By Molly Flatt

    Associate Editor at FutureBook

    We ask investors to give their take on what's currently exciting and what's rubbish in the publishing scene, and what it takes to make them bite. Read more

  • 5 inspiring things: Julia Kingsford

    5 inspiring things: Julia Kingsford

    By Sarah Shaffi

    Online editor and producer at The Bookseller

    Julia Kingsford, co-founder of Kingsford Campbell, shares five things inspiring her to think and work differently right now. ... Read more

  • How iBooks Author is quietly winning the innovation game

    How iBooks Author is quietly winning the innovation game

    By Bradley Metrock

    Producer at iBooks Author Conference

    Could Apple be stealing a quiet march on Amazon? Bradley Metrock, executive producer of the iBooks Author Conference, believes that the future of digital books is here - but you're probably looking in the wrong place. Read more

  • Project of the week: Hello Me, It's You

    Project of the week: Hello Me, It's You

    By Molly Flatt

    Associate Editor at FutureBook

    A university project that unexpectedly took off on social media, "there is still nothing quite like Hello Me, it’s You on the market" according to creator Hannah Todd. Read more

  • Global outlook: What's new in the Netherlands

    Global outlook: What's new in the Netherlands

    By Hermann Buss

    Various at Publisher and author

    Our roundups of the trends, developments and businesses emerging around the world kicks off with an overview of the Dutch book market from Herman Buss, entrepreneur, publisher and author of Bestsellers and Badsellers: Towards new strategies for publishing books. Read more

  • 5 inspiring things: Tom Bonnick

    5 inspiring things: Tom Bonnick

    By Sarah Shaffi

    Online editor and producer at The Bookseller

    Tom Bonnick, business development manager and commissioning editor at Nosy Crow, shares five things inspiring him to think and work differently right now. Read more

  • Fail better: learnings from Librify

    Fail better: learnings from Librify

    By Molly Flatt

    Associate Editor at FutureBook

    Turning failure into a positive is one of the most pervasive entrepreneurial clichés - but the reality of watching your baby crash and burn can be excruciating. With hundreds of promising publishing ideas folding each year, our new series asks those involved to explain what went wrong, what went right, and what they really learned. Read more

  • Growth curve: The Pigeonhole

    Growth curve: The Pigeonhole

    By Anna Jean Hughes

    Editorial at The Pigeonhole

    The latest in our series asking startups to share the challenges they face and lessons they learn as they grow catches up with Anna Jean Hughes, founder of and publisher at The Pigeonhole, a social reading app that’s here to change the way that people read, and write. Read more

  • 10 book and publishing podcasts

    10 book and publishing podcasts

    By Sarah Shaffi

    Online editor and producer at The Bookseller

    Just like there are many, many books to read, there are many, many podcasts about books to listen to. We round up 10 of the book and publishing podcasts that should be on your radar. Read more

  • Startup of the week: Kadaxis

    Startup of the week: Kadaxis

    By Sarah Shaffi

    Online editor and producer at The Bookseller

    Kadaxis wants to create a discovery mechanism so compelling that readers trust in books it finds for them. Read more