The Bookseller's oldest employee falls foul of the finance depart, hence his reluctact return to launch this year's Diagram Prize.
Scenes of jubilation—OK, contentedness—flooded the fair on Wednesday, until PRH’s leader brought delegates to tears with a tale of woe
Horace’s first in-person book fair since the onset of the pandemic sees him in buoyant spirits—and not solely because of the liquid refreshments on offer... Read more
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There is something that just might make you appreciate that the closest you’ll get to Bologna 2021 is the other end of a video link,... Read more
Canada triumphs for the first time for the oddest book title of the year gong.
Six books will vie to win the 42nd Diagram Prize for the Oddest Book Title of the Year.
I prepared as if LBF was going to happen, beginning with a vigourous pre-fair free solo ascent of El Capitan in Yosemite with Andrew “Danger... Read more
A guide for the modern time-harrassed pig keeper has roasted the rest of the shortlist, trotting home with The Bookseller’s 39th annual Diagram Prize for... Read more
A biography of a musical hall act has beaten an academic treatise on the human posterior in the closest race ever for The Bookseller’s Diagram... Read more