Editor at The Bookseller
Has ArgentVive--the company formerly known as Methvens, and Samedaybooks--pulled a rabbit out of a hat with its new mobile bookshop search tool?
Deputy Editor at The Bookseller
A brooding tale of lost love strikes a melancholy note.
Despite, the cost no one can afford not to come to Frankfurt, it remains an inspiring event, which cheers everyone up and reminds us all... Read more
at Orion Publishing Group
The circus arrived early at Frankfurt this year, with books featuring animals setting the trend for rights deals.
Frankfurt continues to be flat, even PFD's Caroline Michel failed to make it.
The absence of a new eBook device has not stopped publishers speculating about how it will work.
The era of the 'big book of the fair' may have finally come to an end: there are deals this Frankfurt, but they are generally... Read more
As the Frankfurt Book Fair begins speculation continues to mount about the launch of Amazon Kindle; while closer to home everyone is curious about who... Read more
With one week to go, there has been no shortage of commentary on the Booker shortlist - most of it fairly polite by the "dyspeptic... Read more
Which titles will be making waves in Australia this Christmas?
To mark the 70th anniversary of the opening of the National Maritime Museum, its publishing wing has published its first fiction title: a book of... Read more
Chair at AITKEN ALEXANDER ASSOCIATES LTD
As the 'rebel agents' continue to plot their departure from PFD, what is the truth behind the author/agent relationship
People don't buy 'backlist' or 'frontlist' books
When the CD disappears, the present rights and funding model for audio must change.
BBC Worldwide's deal for Lonely Planet is about more than its books, but rival travel guide publishers will still be left sweating.