Voted one of the ‘100 Great Black Britons’ in 2020, Margaret Busby is fêted at London’s Hurlingham Club for her Lifetime Achievement International Excellence Award.
The pandemic’s effects on bookselling have been mingled with those of Brexit, as booksellers from Sweden and Ireland explain.
Normally the first annual major publishing trade show of the year, London Book Fair is the last to join its sister events online.
The winners of the honors are to discuss their work in some of London Book Fair’s all-digital programming on June 29.
London Book Fair’s ‘What Works?’ education conference will take a series of looks at educational issues arising from the pandemic.
These awards include recognition for rights professionals, audiobook publishers, bookstores, educational learning resources, and more.
Today naming themes set for six days in the latter part of June, London Book Fair also announces four conferences before Bologna.
London Book Fair not only goes to the digital option but also adds early-June dates to its previous late-June schedule.
Organizers of the show say they’re assessing ‘ongoing uncertainty around international travel’ in the coronavirus pandemic.
In last year’s International Excellence Awards, Europe and Asia were prominent among winners, with Bonnier taking the inclusivity prize.