Blogs

  • Taken for granted

    By Paul Brown

    If a publisher has been running for many years and consistently losing money, should that shortfall be plugged by the Arts Council? Read more

  • Fair trade

    By J RIVERS

    Other at

    The NBA was designed to protect publishers, with libraries receiving a fixed discount. Now the taxpayer is the winner. Read more

  • Has the e-book finally arrived?

    By Philip Jones

    Editor at The Bookseller

    With backing from leading retailers, such as Waterstone's and Borders, the e-book may finally have a chance. Read more

  • Reading the Future

    By Joel Rickett

    Get ready for some surprising, inspiring, useful research into consumers' attitudes to books. Read more

  • Indies rock in Brighton

    By Alison Flood

    The demise of independent publishers is greatly exaggerated if the IPG conference is anything to by. Read more

  • APSBG: When bricks and clicks converge

    By Tom Tivnan

    at The Bookseller

    Academic booksellers believe they can carve out a space for themselves in the increasingly digital world of higher education. Read more

  • From bazaar to book fair

    By Victoria Arnstein

    There is plenty happening beneath the surface in Abu Dhabi as the exhibition transforms itself from a 'book bazaar' to a book fair. Read more

  • World Book Day - in pictures

    By Alison Flood

    Authors were out in force to celebrate World Book Day. Events around the country ranged from a "Where's Wally" Day at Simply Books in Cheshire,... Read more

  • New chapter or last page?

    By Gail Rebuck

    Chair at Random House UK Ltd

    This is not the last page for the book, but a new chapter, and the first of many, as the book changes again and again,... Read more

  • Where the top brass speak

    By Emma Cahill

    Agent at Snowbooks

    The IPG Spring Conference showed once again that independent publishers matter. Read more

  • Think local, act local

    By Polly Jaffe

    Why photogenic cows are the latest weapon in Jaffe Neal's customer-winning arsenal. Read more

  • Campaign trial

    By Daisy Frost

    Daisy Frost thinks she Read more

  • Playing online catch-up

    By Edward Jamieson

    Agent at The Book Depository

    Waterstone's and Borders are finally getting their acts together online. But is it all too little, too late? Read more

  • An unusual meeting

    By Gayle Feldman

    at

    Publishers raised concerns about territorial rights on Kindle, while Borders' George Jones spoke about it new 'concept' stores at an AAP meeting in New York.... Read more

  • Wicked reviews

    By Elaine Szewczyk

    Wicked City, City of Thieves, and Child 44 are among the pick of new titles in the US, as selected by The Bookseller's sister magazine... Read more

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