Musing on books’ resilience in the pandemic, Tom Weldon talks with Philip Jones; and Penguin Random House India partners with Pippa Rann.
Cleanly produced, the FutureBook 2020 conference has opened today with users only a click or two away from any event.
The FutureBook program in London, a paid-admission online conference this year, announces award shortlists in five categories.
Calling his ownership and management of The Bookseller ‘the greatest privilege of my working life,’ Nigel Roby sells The Stage’s Hugh Comerford.
Even as many parts of Europe have seen an easing of VAT rates on digital reading, Moscow is planning to raise its tax rate on books.
Copyright protection and enforcement are essential to US publishers’ ‘ability to compete in global markets,’ the AAP writes to the president-elect.
The stats on LinkedIn suggest there are a lot more people out there publishing books professionally than there are reading them professionally.
Today, we have the Big Six. In 2020 how many of them will have survived?
Book publishing should represent the pinnacle of civility. It is also one of the ultimate expressions of personal and political freedom.
By Edward Nawotka Now that Egypt is close to eliminating censorship and opening its citizenry to a plentitude of political and religious views, the question arises of whether or not it is appropriate to have books with the most extreme views on sale in bookshops. In today’s lead story, Ramy Habeeb argues against censorship, saying that all points-of-view should be …
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