Tagged: Simon Key

Lord Bird to bring indie alliance discussions to House of Lords

Lord Bird is to host a discussion about the recently-proposed Independent Bookshop Alliance at the House of Lords next month. Read more

Over 90 express interest in Big Green Bookshop's indie alliance

The Big Green Bookshop has received a "fantastic" response to its proposal for an independent bookshop alliance, with over 90 expressing interest since the idea... Read more

Big Green Bookshop proposes indie alliance

The Big Green Bookshop is proposing to set up an alliance of independent bookshops in order to negotiate better discounts on books to compete with... Read more

Big Green Bookshop owner faces Piers Morgan on ITV

Big Green Bookshop co-owner Simon Key came face to face with presenter Piers Morgan on ITV this morning (26th June) - months after the pair... Read more

HoZ reveals more about new lifestyle imprint Anima

Head of Zeus has revealed more details about its new lifestyle imprint Anima, which will be headed by editor Ellen Parnavelas. Read more

Big Green Bookshop's Simon Key lands parenting book deal

Independent bookseller Simon Key has been snapped up to write a book with Head of Zeus, based on his parenting tweets. Read more

Big Green Bookshop to launch YouTube channel

The owners of The Big Green Bookshop are to launch a YouTube channel next month that will feature videos showcasing a “mix of the strangeness”... Read more

Big Green Bookshop crowdsources book

The owners of The Big Green Bookshop in London's Wood Green are crowdfunding the publication of a book about the history of the shop with... Read more

Bookshop to give Harry Potter 'eighth story' profits to schools

The Big Green Bookshop is to donate all profits from the sales of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Little, Brown) to local schools to... Read more

Big Green Bookshop owner 'speechless' by funds raised after theft

The Big Green Bookshop has been inundated with donations after it was targeted by a thief on Wednesday. Read more

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