The MILD Group, run by Susie Nicklin, has sold South London indie Dulwich Books to store manager Cathy Slater.
Sheila O’Reilly is leaving Village Books this month to return to her home country of Ireland.
MILD group c.e.o. Susie Nicklin is launching a new publishing house to bring together a "conversation-starting" curation of books, called The Indigo Press.... Read more
Susie Nicklin reflects on an action-packed and shapeshifting 18 months for MILD.
Sheila O’Reilly is to join Village Books in Dulwich, south London, as its events manager, just months after departing its local rival, fellow indie Dulwich... Read more
Shop-floor booksellers are being invited to join a new group called The Booksellers Network, which has been backed by significant players from across the industry.... Read more
Sheila O’Reilly is retiring from Dulwich Books, just over a year after selling it to The Marsh Agency co-founder Susie Nicklin.
An increase in sales of print books, a growing disaffection with e-tailers and the burgeoning trend of “enhanced” bookshops has led many trade figures to... Read more
Helen Macdonald, Robert Macfarlane and Inua Ellams are to headline the inaugural Balham Literary Festival which will feature an “exciting line-up” of authors, performers and... Read more
Dulwich Books has announced its live events programme for 2016, featuring international bestselling novelists such as Kate Mosse and Helen Dunmore.