The London Book Fair Author of the Day reflects on the opportunities of the Market Focus scheme, and says writing from his homeland could reach... Read more
After decades of oppression a wave of feminist literature has swept Indonesia, and Intan Paramaditha is in the vanguard.
The Java-born poet is using his work to challenge gender and sexuality norms in his homeland—and hopes his words reach further afield, too. ... Read more
The professor and author discusses his research into the publishing industry’s recent attempts to improve diversity.
Under the leadership of forward-thinking editor Stig Abell and in collaboration with William Collins, the publication’s new ‘zeitgeisty’ venture will focus on thought-provoking essays and... Read more
With diversity a topic high on the agenda for many businesses at this year’s London Book Fair, is the matter of ageism being overlooked in... Read more
Just the second wordsmith to be named London Book Fair's Poet of the Fair, Raymond Antrobus reveals how adversity has shaped his craft.
Renowned for their diversity, the popularity of podcasts has skyrocketed in recent years. This has not passed publishers by with many harnessing the potential of... Read more
The recipient of the LBF Lifetime Achievement Award, Dorotea Bromberg, reveals how she and her father built their eponymous list.
The illustrator who attended art school merely to avoid getting a job, and whose inimitable patchwork creation came about by conflating his Paul Klee tendencies... Read more