London Book Fair 2023: Q&A with Mystery Novelist Robin Stevens
Robin Stevens is author of the Murder Most Unladylike series, homages to the golden age of detective fiction starring schoolgirl detectives Hazel Wong and Daisy Wells. Here she discusses her career and latest work.
London Book Fair 2023: Video Sharing Drives Sales Boom for Chinese Publishing
Business consultant Alicia Liu sits down with Miao Hui, deputy editor-in-chief at Xiron, one of the largest private publishers in China, to discuss recent sales patterns.
London Book Fair 2023: Some Advice for Literary Translators
Translator Samantha Schnee offers some advice for literary translators.
London Book Fair 2023: The Folio Society at 75
The Folio Society is a small independent publisher with a brand that punches well above its weight, writes its publishing director, Tom Walker.
London Book Fair 2023: 50 Million Book Buyers You Probably Didn't Know Existed
Outside of Europe and North America, a thriving book fair scene finds millions of book lovers heading to book fairs worldwide and spending millions of dollars on books—often while barely noticed by western publishing interests.
London Book Fair 2023: Progress on DEI Benefits All of Publishing
When it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion, working collectively as an industry rather than as individual publishers will diversify the talent pool of the industry’s staff, authors, and creators as a whole, writes Bloomsbury's Annie Muyang.
London Book Fair 2023: Support for Arabic Literature in Translation is Increasing
The diversity and quality of Arabic literature has the potential to widen literary horizons, writes the chairman of the Arabic Language Centre in Abu Dhabi.
London Book Fair 2023: U.K. Bookstore Numbers Hit 10-Year High
At the start of 2023, independent bookshop numbers hit a 10-year high in the U.K., growing in number for the seventh consecutive year to 1,072 shops, up from 867 at their lowest point in 2016.
London Book Fair 2023: The Other Island: International and Irish Booksellers Convene in Cork
Nine non-Irish booksellers attended this year's Irish Book Trade Conference in Cork thanks to RISE Bookselling, a program coordinated by the European and International Booksellers Federation ”aimed at upscaling, reinforcing, and maximising the capacity and resilience of the European bookselling sector.”
London Book Fair 2023: Book Aid International Gets Books to Those Who Need Them
Every year, Book Aid International provides more than one million new books to communities around the world and funds the purchase of thousands of locally published books.
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