Rayner and Muse launch Bookselling Research Network

Rayner and Muse launch Bookselling Research Network

Two academics with a background in bookselling are launching the Bookselling Research Network, an organisation bringing booksellers, researchers and associations together to celebrate and explore bookselling past, present and future.

Supported by the Booksellers Association and the Books Council of Wales, the project is the brainchild of Dr Sam Rayner, director of the Centre for Publishing at UCL, who previously worked as a bookseller in Hammicks and Blackwell's, and Dr Eben Muse, senior lecturer at Bangor University's Stephen Colclough Centre for the History and Culture of the Book, who i...

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