Blogs

  • 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

  • Whitewash

    By Anthony Horowitz

    The question of why boys don't read is a red herring. Instead look at the all-white queues for book signings. Read more

  • Publishers, review your support

    By Gary Cummiskey

    Other at

    South African publishers should think about advertising in newspapers if they want to see more reviews. Read more

  • Courting costs

    By Caroline Kean

    Publishers fighting libel claims can face lawyers' charges of up to Read more

  • Blogging The BA (Irish Branch) Conference

    By Eoin PURCELL

    Associate Publisher at

    Notes from The Booksellers Association Irish Branch Conference Read more

  • Chronicle of a death foretold

    By Philip Black

    In January the Pan Bookshop shut its doors after 32 years: what lessons can be learned from this? Read more

  • A prize oddity

    By Joel Rickett

    The launch of the annual odd titles prize is always a fascinating experience. Read more

  • Irish market branches out

    By Eoin PURCELL

    Associate Publisher at

    How will Irish booksellers cope in a cooler economic climate that could see Amazon and Tesco target them. Read more

  • Failure to comply

    By Scott Pack

    at Eye & Lightning Books

    Publishers and authors moan when they can't find paid-for promotions in shops. But such complaints are often unfounded. Read more

  • Right notes

    By ALAN GILES

    CEO/MD/Owner at Fat Face

    The rock stars of EMI are being shaken up by private equity. Could a similar approach work in book publishing? Read more

  • Return of the digital glory days?

    By Gayle Feldman

    at

    The second annual O'Reilly Tools of Change for Publishers conference was reminiscent of e-book glory days past. Read more

  • Dressed to sell

    By Admin Istrator

    Other at Bookseller

    Like it or not a dress code for booksellers is what customers want. Read more

  • A digital mash-up

    By Philip Jones

    Editor at The Bookseller

    Sometimes I wonder if digital advocates just don't get it, the print world that is. Read more

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