For those who predicted the death of the physical book and digital dominating the market by the end of this decade, the print and digital... Read more
Canada triumphs for the first time for the oddest book title of the year gong.
Silvertail Books is to publish The Esquimaux, the first novel by The Bookseller's features and insight editor Tom Tivnan.... Read more
Take a look at the 10 most popular opinion pieces on The Bookseller in 2016.
The Bookseller Rising Stars were lauded for their “wealth of talent” and ability to take on the upcoming challenges facing the trade at a party... Read more
Academic texts on the human posterior and animal entrails, a tome on famous birdwatchers and a photography book showcasing the beautiful architecture of bus stops... Read more
E L James’ Grey (Vintage) handily retained its number one position in the USA print bestseller charts, although volume sales declined by a almost third... Read more
The Bookseller is looking for this year’s Rising Stars for its annual feature on the next generation of movers and shakers in the book industry.... Read more
The Frankfurt Book Fair (FBF) is augmenting its support of The Bookseller’s Rising Stars initiative with a new award programme for the person who is... Read more
Self-published title Strangers Have the Best Candy has won the Diagram Prize for Oddest Book Title of the Year. In the closest vote since the... Read more