Tagged: coronavirus

150 and not out

Change has been a constant this year: even so, it is still unnerving when the momentum picks up the pace. Read more

A narrow path through

As I wrote back in March, the enforced closing of bookshop doors is a terrible story for the editor of The Bookseller to report: it’s... Read more

2020 (re)vision

With much of the book business still wrestling with the short-term impact of the coronavirus crisis, it may feel too soon to imagine what happens next.... Read more

Love, hope and business

Contrary to what you might read elsewhere, there are three stages to a pandemic. Read more

Online Opportunities

How can technological solutions adopted during the coronavirus outbreak foster a greater sense of connectivity in the literary world post-pandemic? Read more

LBF LATEST: fair cancelled as Big Five pull out

The London Book Fair has been cancelled owing to the coronavirus outbreak following a wave of cancellations from major publishers and agencies. Read more

Publishers pledge their support to bookshops ahead of reopening

Exclusive discounts, social media campaigns and bespoke editions are among the creative plans publishers have planned to support bookshops ahead of their reopening in April.... Read more

Hachette, Quarto and Bonnier Books UK consolidate London offices, T&F plans reduction

Hachette and Quarto have consolidated the office spaces they occupy in London, while Bonnier Books UK also plans to bring all its trade publishing staff under one... Read more

Welsh bookshops set to reopen in April as lockdown eases

Bookshops in Wales are expected to reopen on 12th April, the same day shops reopen in England, as part of an easing of lockdown restrictions.... Read more

Lockdown anniversary survey: how has Covid affected you and your business?

As the one-year anniversary of the first coronavirus lockdown approaches, The Bookseller is inviting people from across the trade to share their thoughts and experiences. ... Read more

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