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
Pickled Pepper Books’ Steven Pryse has said the challenges of bookselling through the pandemic accelerated many independents’ website development.
Former Review Bookshop manager Katia Wengraf has raised more than £10,000 online to help fund her new independent store, Mount Florida Books, in a former... Read more
Members of the trade say they are disappointed and will have to adapt their live events and office return plans after Prime Minister Boris Johnson delayed... Read more
Indie gothic press Haunt Publishing has launched a £10,000 crowdfunding campaign to promote its new list, which was delayed owing to the pandemic. ... Read more
Booksellers in Scotland have expressed confusion and upset over not being able to reopen until late April, after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced her restriction easing plan on Tuesday (16th March). ... Read more
Some independent booksellers have expressed reservations about continuing with click and collect services, as England moves into full lockdown this week.
A non-fiction work about fungi and books with local interest are among the top-selling titles for indies ahead of Christmas, The Bookseller has been told. ... Read more
Some independent booksellers are concerned that key titles are experiencing slow reprints and availability issues, affecting their stock in the weeks leading up to Christmas. ... Read more