Agent Cathryn Summerhayes argues that instead of book fairs being events to "survive", they instead provide opportunities for publishing professionals to thrive.
Philip Jones looks ahead to assess how the publishing industry will weather Brexit.
Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will be the market focus for The London Book Fair 2020 (LBF), organisers have revealed.
A number of deals concluded as London Book Fair came to a close, such as a book on resilience from athlete Ross Edgeley to HarperCollins and news... Read more
UK publisher Jessica Kingsley, Espoo City Library in Finland and the Fang Suo Commune bookshop in China were amongst the winners of this year’s International... Read more
Octopus imprint Cassell Illustrated has acquired an intimate portrait of the Rolling Stones by Jo Wood, wife of guitarist Ronnie, featuring 500 never-before-seen photos, notes... Read more
Brexit will have far-ranging effects on society as well as business, so it is up to publishers to continue with the “political act” of facilitating... Read more
True crime, “professional confessional” memoirs and titles that look into “sealed worlds” are the hottest non-fiction trends, according to agents who spoke to The Bookseller... Read more
Ahead of this year’s London Book Fair, at which Indonesia will be the Market Focus country, the nation’s burgeoning book trade already looks to have... Read more
It was at LBF 2015 that Karin Slaughter became the marquee name in HarperCollins’ global scheme. Four years on, she returns to the scene of... Read more