Canongate’s Francis Bickmore and author Robert Webb were among the guests at the Books Are My Bag Readers’ Choice Awards, which took place on Tuesday 13th November in central London.
On Tuesday 13th November, staff at Pavilion Books donned their MOB Kitchen t-shirts, alongside founder and author Ben Lebus, to celebrate its bestselling cookbook MOB Kitchen: Feed 4 or more for under £10.
On Tuesday 13th November, the Mainstreet Trading Company’s Bookshop & Café was named Britain’s Best Small Shop of 2018, in a competition managed by the Independent Retailers Confederation.
On Sunday 11th November, Jean Moorcroft Wilson discussed her new biography of Robert Graves (Bloomsbury) with journalist Matthew Green at Dulwich Literary Festival. (©Izzy Rommily)
Performer Sapphira centre celebrated the launch of Burlesque or Bust: Bringing my Mental Health to Heel (Trigger) on Sunday 11th November. Sapphira is pictured alongside Trigger m.d. James Waller centre left and senior publicity manager Jane Pickett. (©K Anthony Photography)
The Society of Young Publishers' 2018 Autumn Conference took place on Saturday 10th November at the London College of Communication in Elephant and Castle, with almost 300 people in attendance and featuring speakers from across the publishing industry.
Be More Pirate author Sam Conniff Allende was among the speakers; he told delegates "professional rule breaking is vital for change".
Nick Hewer signed copies of his memoir My Alphabet: A Life from A to Z (Simon & Schuster) at Dulwich Literary Festival on Thursday 8th November. (©Izzy Romilly)
At the end of October, Bloomsbury's group financial controller Jennifer Cook climbed to Everest Base Camp to raise money for Cancer Research UK. During her journey, Cook captured the perfect shot of Bloomsbury Children's Books' forthcoming title Everest: The Remarkable Story of Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay by Alexandra Stewart and Joe Todd-Stanton.