The most important people in publishing are the writers and illustrators, those who create brilliant books and stories. Last week I read comments from [new... Read more
I once asked Bloomsbury chief executive Nigel Newton how he could justify the multi-million pound publishing group being a member of the Independent Publishers Guild.... Read more
The contrasts between big and small publishing never cease to throw up points of interest about how this business works. This week’s edition of The... Read more
Independent Irish publishers account for five of the eight shortlisted titles for this year's KPMG Children's Books Ireland Award.
Arachne Press has taken a leap into the world of audiobooks, with nine books due for publication this year set to be simultaneously released in audio... Read more
The BBC boost enjoyed by Sally Rooney’s Normal People helped Faber to post strong sales of both the young author’s titles, while Matt Haig’s books claimed... Read more
Publishers are experiencing severe delays to their stock deliveries, as France continues its freight ban imposed to contain the spread of the UK's new coronavirus... Read more
With the bumper autumn in danger of crowding out space for titles from smaller publishers, The Bookseller invited a selection of indies to choose their top tips... Read more
Independent publishers are hoping that the busy autumn schedule will not drown out some outstanding books from smaller presses.
A new independent political press, run by and for people of colour, is to focus on tackling institutional racism in the industry. ... Read more