Philip Jones shares his thoughts on the Publishers Association’s Publishing Yearbook 2019.
Frontier Economics' Andrew Leicester examines the mutually beneficial relationship between literature and adaptations.
Philip Jones addresses the Publishers Association's industry-wide action plan to tackle inclusivity, and why it is needed.
Last week I made a comment about the many hands working—often behind the scenes—to make the book business happen. Unleashing this talent, these many voices,... Read more
With David Cameron capable of forming a government free of the need to negotiate red lines in darkened rooms, what are the likely implications for... Read more
The Publishers Association is to aggregate publisher statistics on the diversity make-up of their books, after a number of big publishers confirmed that they were... Read more
The Publishers Association’s Work in Publishing campaign, aimed at encouraging young people between the ages of 14 and 24 to pursue a career in publishing, takes place... Read more
Total book sales across the industry fell by 11% in the first six months of 2020, despite a big increase for fiction and a surge... Read more
A senior policy advisor has advocated for greater investment into artificial intelligence in the book industry, saying it will increase creativity among people rather than replace it. ... Read more
A report compiled by the Publishers Association has found that one in six publishers think Artificial Intelligence will bring about "significant" change for the industry,... Read more