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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
10 Dec 2015
THE AUTHOR CLUB and a WRITE NOW! Residential Weekend for Authors, 23rd & 24th January 2016 LONDON, 10 December 2015: The London Book Fair (LBF) is continuing to expand its programme
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
Roger Tagholm, 27 Nov 2015
In this grim fortnight, the role of books to interpret difficult events and discuss the underlying reasons for them has never been more important. Bookshops too, take on greater significance
27 Nov 2015
Seonaid MacLeod is Campaigns Manager at The Publishers Association, working on industry-wide campaigns, including Reading for Pleasure, diversity, and workforce development issues, and publisher...
25 Nov 2015
The London Book Fair, 20 Nov 2015
Friday 20 November: The London Book Fair is launching the new Trailblazer Awards at the Society of Young Publishers annual conference in Oxford (#SYPConf15). The Awards will celebrate publishing...
20 Nov 2015
Damrong Pinkoon is a writer with bright new ideas and a refreshingly positive attitude on life. He explains in easy terms business, marketing concepts and strategies from his many years working at...
18 Nov 2015
New ‘Data-driven’ conference welcomes new media pioneer Bill Thompson and digital publishing strategist Alison Jones as conference chairs NEWS FOR RELEASE, LONDON, 16 November 2015: The London Book...
16 Nov 2015
The London Book Fair, 13 Nov 2015
LBF SEEKS TO SHOWCASE BEST CHINESE CHILDREN’S PUBLISHING AT THE LBF INTERNATIONAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2016 LONDON/BEIJING, 11 November 2015: The London Book Fair (LBF) is calling for children’s...
13 Nov 2015
Roger Tagholm, 12 Nov 2015
Academic books should be shorter; content needs to be atomised so that it can be easily repackaged, annotated and shared; and publishers should recognise that YouTube
12 Nov 2015
I’m just about to finish Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. I am a REALLY slow reader, so it’s taken me well over a year to complete it (I have been writing and publishing my memoir r during this time,...
Roger Tagholm, 06 Nov 2015
Subscription is dead – long live subscription. Some may have felt that with the closure of Oyster, subscription was on the way out, but two recent announcements tell another
06 Nov 2015