Editor at The Bookseller
The best publishers, authors, booksellers and readers are trangressors, says Philip Jones.
Deputy editor at The Bookseller
Benedicte Page highlights the amazing work being done by the committed and successful libraries shortlisted for The Bookseller's Library of the Year Award 2019. ... Read more
Marketing and publicity director at Simon & Schuster UK
Are publishers’ policies on parental leave changing enough to ensure that women in publishing are not impeded, career-wise, after taking maternity leave?
Managing director at Booksellers Association
Booksellers Association m.d. Meryl Halls shares her thoughts on collaboration between the UK and Australian bookselling sectors, after delivering the keynote address to the Australian... Read more
Philip Jones reflects on the "robust but not fair" publishing industry ecosystem.
Writer at Hot Key Books and Bloomsbury Raven
Author Julie Mayhew calls on her fellow writers to push for inclusion and social mobility when arranging school visits.
Philip Jones shares his thoughts on the Publishers Association’s Publishing Yearbook 2019.
Co-founder at And Other Stories
When the opportunity presented itself to relocate to Sheffield, And Other Stories jumped at the chance—and it hasn’t looked back. ... Read more
Managing director at Inpress Books
A recent event held in collaboration with Bloomsbury enabled five writers supported by an Arts Council-backed writing scheme to shine.
Founder and c.e.o. at Books That Matter
If a feminist brand, blogger or publisher is only centred on thin straight white women, then it’s not feminism, it’s misogyny, says Molly Masters. ... Read more
Writer and librarian at Roedean School
Responding to the Guardian’s piece on “toxic” YA culture, Chelsey Pippin argues that the online YA community’s sensitivity and nuance is being underplayed. ... Read more
Philip Jones reflects on the increased scrutiny that publishers and authors now face, and how they're dealing with it.
Author at Clare Mackintosh Ltd
During Independent Bookshop Week, author Clare Mackintosh pens a letter in praise of bookshops and booksellers.
Editorial officer at Open Library of Humanties
Last week ghostwriter Andrew Crofts’ comment piece ‘Why we publish books we hate’ caused quite the stir. Here Helen Saunders gives her response.
Conference Programmer at Marketing & Publicity Conference
Miriam Robinson, programmer for The Bookseller's Marketing & Publicity Conference 2019, shares what to expect from the day.