Pictures of the week

Pictures of the week

Dead Ink Books held an author showcase at Waterstones Tottenham Court Road on Wednesday 24th July.

 

Over a hundred campaigners marched through Chelmsford city centre to protest library closures on the morning of Essex County Council's cabinet meeting.

 

Poet Benjamin Zephaniah spoke at BAME in Publishing's July meet-up, held at Simon & Schuster's offices on Monday 22nd July. (©Laurie McShea)

 

Joseph Coelho received his certificate for winning the picturebook category at the Independent Bookshop Week Awards at Harbour Books in Whitstable on Saturday 20th July. L-R Coelho, Liz Waller and Emma Bradshaw (©Beth Sorensen)

 

The London Library and Jacaranda celebrated their collaboration on the #Twentyin2020 initiative with a drinks reception party, held at The London Library on Thursday 19th July. (©Abi Oshodi)

 

Century and Arrow recreated Susie's Restaurant from James Patterson's Women's Murder Club series at The Old Swan Hotel during the Theakston Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate. Patterson visited alongside Susan Sandon and Gail Rebuck.

 

The HQ team embarked on a nationwide proof tour of more than 50 bookshops in one day, hand-delivering copies of the imprint’s biggest debut for 2020, This Lovely City by Louise Hare.

 

Danny Rurlander launched his drone inspired debut novel Spylark (Chicken House) at Waterstones Kings Street in Lancaster on Friday 12th July.