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In a rare public interview, James Daunt, MD of a resurgent Waterstones, and Stephen Page, one of publishing’s longest standing and most well respected CEOs, will examine the big issues and the state...
08 Feb 2016
The International Publishers Congress, 02 Feb 2016
Copyright in publishing will be a key theme at the Congress London/Geneva, 1 February 2016: Francis Gurry, Director General of Geneva-based World Intellectual Property Organisation, is confirmed to...
02 Feb 2016
Written by Paul Richardson and Graham Taylor, authors of the ever popular PA Guide to the UK Publishing Industry, This 174-page report is a unique analysis of the UK publishing market. For a list of...
29 Jan 2016
Alastair Horne, 29 Jan 2016
The new year began with news that a number of publishers would be following the lead set last year by the Royal Society in requiring ORCID IDs in their publication
Roger Tagholm, 22 Jan 2016
A sad week with the death of Lord Weidenfeld at the age of 96. The co-founder of Weidenfeld & Nicolson, he was a colossus of the industry, someone who always seemed to have
22 Jan 2016
Roger Tagholm, 08 Jan 2016
Well, to paraphrase Mother Goose in the old nursery rhyme: ‘Ladybird, Ladybird,/Fly away home,/Your house is on fire/And your children all gone…to the bookshop to buy How it
08 Jan 2016
The London Book Fair, IPA Congress, 18 Dec 2015
31st International Publishers Congress, 9-12 April 2016 @ LBF London/Geneva, 18 December 2015: Philip Pullman and Alaa Al Aswany will headline 31st International Publishers Congress in London in...
18 Dec 2015
Alastair Horne, 15 Dec 2015
It has been a month of partnerships and coalitions, drawing partners all across the industry into a complex interlinking chain. Research Councils UK announced that they
15 Dec 2015
With more than forty events nationwide, and an estimated reach of 425 million people in 21 countries, there can be no doubt that Academic Book Week was the biggest news
Roger Tagholm, 10 Dec 2015
The year is ending on strong notes of optimism on both sides of the Atlantic. At the Bookseller’s FutureBook conference in London, Faber Chief Executive Stephen Page observed that
10 Dec 2015
Alastair Horne, 10 Dec 2015
Open access continues to dominate the news. It was certainly the most common topic of conversation during Academic Book Week, with some events entirely focused on the
The London Book Fair, 03 Dec 2015
The London Book Fair extends its partnership with Mexican publishers at FIL and opens entries for new Literary Festival category at LBF International Excellence Awards 2016. London/Guadalajara,...
03 Dec 2015