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The long view

The Bookseller has been sold just three times in its 162-year history; the first time in 1998 by the founding Whitaker family to VNU (now... Read more

Small presses are 'not out of the woods', says ACE's Sarah Crown

Arts Council England's literature director Sarah Crown has highlighted the very difficult situation still faced by many indie publishers, despite the ACE Emergency Fund grants awarded this... Read more

My Job in Five: Tom Tivnan

Tom Tivnan is managing editor at The Bookseller. Read more

Virtual events should 'mirror the real world', says Orion's Wilding

Maura Wilding has urged publicists and marketing teams to think about "mirroring the real world" when organising online events. Read more

This autumn will be 'tough', Bookseller's marketing and publicity webinar hears

The marketing and publicity director of Simon & Schuster UK has advised industry workers to "be patient and realistic, because it's going to be tough... Read more

The Bookseller survey: staff experiences of working through the coronavirus challenge

At the coronavirus outbreak reshapes our industry, The Bookseller is inviting staff members from across the book trade to share their experiences of working during the coronavirus outbreak.... Read more

The Bookseller's Working Class Survey wins PPA award

The Bookseller’s Working Class survey, an analysis of class in the publishing business, has been named Content Piece of the Year at the PPA's Independent... Read more

The Bookseller introduces new fully compostable magazine wrapper

The Bookseller magazine will now be delivered in fully compostable material for the first time, replacing its previous recyclable polythene wrap.... Read more

The Bookseller and Spread the Word back research into diversity in publishing

The Bookseller and Spread the Word are backing a major new research project into how publishers can work most effectively with writers from minority backgrounds.... Read more

A year in review: Top 10 most-read Bookseller stories of 2018

Lionel Shriver's controversial opinion piece on diversity, a publishing start-up offering aspiring writers a £24k salary and Waterstones' shock acquisition of Foyles all feature in the Top 10... Read more

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