Though digital is on the rise, China has put its money into preserving its physical bookshops.
This year's International Book Fair is to feature a new, dedicated children’s publishing strand, to help cater to a "booming" market for kids’ books in... Read more
There are many points of difference between China’s books market and that of the UK and US, but one of the starkest is digital growth.... Read more
The Bookseller Rising Star and Peters, Fraser & Dunlop agent Marilia Savvides explains how China has become one of the firm’s core territories.... Read more
Anna Holmwood has been instrumental in bringing Jin Yong’s work to the wide English-speaking audience. She talks about the wuxia master’s influence, the art of... Read more
It has been a long road to publication in the English language for Jin Yong, one of China’s most renowned writers, whose footprint on the... Read more
New Statesman editor Jason Cowley, formerly news editor at The Bookseller, is publishing a collection of his journalism with Norfolk indie Salt.
Independent publishers based in the north of England explore the problems faced by such presses in a market dominated by London-based corporate publishers in a... Read more
This is going to heal: after 30 weeks in the Weekly E-Book Ranking, Adam Kay’s junior doctor memoir This is Going to Hurt has finally... Read more
Illustrator Neil Gower gives us a glimpse into his process for designing the cover for Clare Best’s The Missing List and explains the challenges distinct... Read more