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Oneworld, Nosy Crow and Jessica Kingsley lead IPG Award nominations

Nosy Crow and Faber are in the running again for IPG Publishing Awards after the shortlist was revealed today (23rd January). Read more

Publishers welcome 'clarity' on leaving European single market

The Publishers Association and the Independent Publishers Guild have welcomed clarity provided by prime minister Theresa May's speech, confirming the UK will be leaving the single market. ... Read more

Independent publishing sector is 'thriving' says IPG report

The UK’s independent publishing sector is growing and “thriving”, a second annual independent publishing report has found. Read more

IPG membership soars in 2016

Membership of the Independent Publishers Guild has soared in 2016, with 75 new members joining, the organisation has reported ahead of its conference. Read more

Publishers 'committed' to investment following Brexit

Large and independent publishers remain committed to their investment and publishing strategies despite the potential impact of the Brexit vote, two separate surveys by the... Read more

IPG to deliver online courses for members

The Independent Publishers Guild is partnering with Thought Industries, a cloud-based online learning platform, to deliver online courses and professional skill development opportunities to its... Read more

Stratford Literary Festival and IPG plan picture book competition

The Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival and the Independent Publishers Guild are partnering on a new children’s picture book competition. Read more

Fisher takes on policy role at IPG

Richard Fisher, former managing director of academic publishing at Cambridge University, is to take on a new policy role with the Independent Publishers Guild (IPG).... Read more

Brexit 'threat to business', say trade figures

As issues crystallised ahead of this week’s referendum on UK membership of the European Union, a majority of senior trade figures The Bookseller spoke to... Read more

EU exit could lead to 'catastrophic uncertainty'

The UK’s possible exit from the European Union, looking likely to be the subject of a summer referendum, would be a disaster for the book... Read more

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