The Girl on the Train (Transworld) has bought its ticket for a ninth week as the Weekly E-Ranking number one, while Ann Cleeves’ Cold Earth... Read more
Simon & Schuster stalwart Suzanne Baboneau tells Roger Tagholm about the keys to a successful Frankfurt Book Fair, which include walking each day to the... Read more
A ‘hard’ Brexit will result in tough choices for many UK publishers, but what will be the knock-on effect on English-language book fairs? Liz Thomson... Read more
Veteran Dutch publisher Eric Visser, who has business interests on both sides of the Channel, talks to booksellers in Flanders and the Netherlands about the... Read more
Sales supremo Lucy Hale tells Roger Tagholm about how Frankfurt meetings have changed, racing Jamie Hodder Williams and communicating with modern dance.
At a pivotal time in Wiley’s 209-year history, the boss of the STM giant, Mark Allin, talks to Tom Tivnan about digital growth, open access... Read more
At last year’s fair, Madeleine Milburn sold Gail Honeyman’s novel Eleanor Oliphant into 27 territories, eclipsing seven figures. She explains the frenzy to Tom Tivnan.... Read more
Ahead of her 28th Frankfurt Book Fair, literary agent Sophie Hicks tells Roger Tagholm about the rush of having the big book of the fair,... Read more
Frankfurt Book Fair boss Jürgen Boos tells Tom Tivnan what to expect from the 2016 instalment, and of the power of political programming.
This year’s Frankfurt Book Fair joint Guest of Honour territories share a language, but there are plenty of differences between the two regions, as Roger... Read more