Book trade Nibbies chooses shortlists

<p>This year&#39;s British Book Trade Awards shortlists see Arcadia, Atlantic Books, David Fickling Books, Fig Tree, Jonathan Cape and Pan Macmillan compete for the imprint of the year, while Woolworths&#39; Matt Bridge, Sam Harrison from Waterstone&#39;s, W H Smith Travel&#39;s Craig Hillier and Georgina Hanratty of independent Tales on Moon Lane battle it out for Young Bookseller of the Year.</p><p>Other awards include marketing campaign of the year, with the Harry Potter series by J K Rowling (Bloomsbury), <em>Long Way Down</em> by Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman (Little, Brown),<em>Nigella Express</em> by Nigella Lawson (Chatto), <em>The Raw Shark Texts</em> Steven Hall (Canongate),Rebus 20 with Ian Rankin (Orion),Vintage Classics (Vintage), and Simon Sebag Montefiore&#39;s Young Stalin (Weidenfeld) in the running. </p><p>The awards will be announced at this year&#39;s BA Conference in May.</p><p><strong>SHORTLISTS IN FULL:</strong></p><p><strong>Activair Award for Exporting</strong><br />HarperCollins Publishers<br />Penguin UK<br />Random House Group</p><p><strong>Booksellers Association New Bookshop of the Year</strong><br />Bookstor, Kinsale, Co. Cork<br />Mostly Books, Abingdon<br />Mr B&#39;s Emporium of Reading Delights, Bath<br />Seven Stories Bookshop, Newcastle-upon-Tyne</p><p><strong>StoraEnso Design &amp; Production Award</strong><br /><em>Al Murray: The Pub Landlord&#39;s Book of British Common Sense</em> (Hodder &amp; Stoughton)<br /><em>The End of Mr Y</em> by Scarlett Thomas (Canongate)<br /><em>Farmyard Tales Wind-Up Tractor Book</em> (Usborne Publishing)<br /><em>Mister Pip</em> by Lloyd Jones (John Murray)<br />Vintage Classics (Vintage)</p><p><strong>Frankfurt Book Fair Rights Professional of the Year</strong><br />Valerie Duff (Atlantic Books)<br />Ruth Logan (Bloomsbury)<br />Diane Spivey (Little, Brown Book Group)<br />Lucy Vanderbilt (HarperCollins)</p><p><strong>Baker Tilly Imprint &amp; Editor of the Year</strong><br />Arcadia - Gary Pulsifer<br />Atlantic Books - Toby Mundy<br />David Fickling Books - David Fickling<br />Fig Tree - Juliet Annan<br />Jonathan Cape - Robin Robertson<br />PanMacmillan - Maria Rejt</p><p><strong>Sue Butterworth Award for Young Bookseller of the Year </strong><br />Matt Bridge (Woolworths)<br />Sam Harrison (Waterstone&#39;s)<br />Craig Hillier (WHSmith Travel)<br />Georgina Hanratty, Tales on Moon Lane, Herne Hill</p><p><strong>British Council &amp; London Book Fair UK Young Publisher of the Year</strong><br />Tom Chalmers (Legend Press)<br />Helen Conford (Penguin Press)<br />Ed Faulkner (Virgin Books)<br />Ele Fountain (Bloomsbury)<br />Poppy Hampson (Chatto)<br />Emma Hayley (Self-Made Hero)</p><p><strong>Orion Publishing Group Literary Agent of the Year</strong><br />Luigi Bonomi (LBA)<br />Sheila Crowley (A P Watt)<br />Robert Kirby (United Agents)<br />David Miller (Rogers, Coleridge &amp; White)</p><p><strong>Nielsen Book Award for Innovation in the Book Industry</strong><br />Blog a Penguin Classic<br />CollinsLanguage.com<br />Lovereading4schools<br />Snowbooks XSL Project</p><p><strong>The Guardian Marketing Campaign of the Year</strong><br />Harry Potter series by J K Rowling (Bloomsbury) <br /><em>Long Way Down</em> by Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman (Little, Brown)<br /><em>Nigella Express</em> by Nigella Lawson (Chatto)<br /><em>The Raw Shark Texts</em> Steven Hall (Canongate)<br />Rebus 20 with Ian Rankin (Orion)<br />Vintage Classics (Vintage)<br /><em>Young Stalin</em> by Simon Sebag-Montefiore (Weidenfeld)</p><p><strong>Aurum Press Independent Bookshop of the Year</strong><br />Bookmark, Spalding<br />Cogito Books, Hexham<br />Mr B&#39;s Emporium of Reading Delights, Bath<br />Red Lion Books, Colchester<br />Village Books, Dulwich Village</p><p><strong>decibel Cultural Diversity Award</strong><br />Ellah Allfrey (Cape)<br />Arcadia Books<br />Hamish Hamilton<br />Verna Wilkins (Tamarind)</p>