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    Jacks Thomas is resigning as director of the London Book Fair after seven years in the role and is leaving Reed Exhibitions, the company that operates the fair. The change is effective this summer.

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    Citing concerns about the potential spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Reed Exhibitions has canceled this year's London Book Fair. Numerous major publishing conglomerates had already pulled out of the event.

  • London Book Fair Will Still Go Ahead

    The London Book Fair will proceed as planned next week, according to fair organizer Reed Exhibitions, despite worries over the potential impact of the new coronavirus prompting a growing number of publishers, literary agencies, and other book-related businesses to pull out.

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  • Americans Are Pulling Out of the London Book Fair

    Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins, and Ingram, along with a handful of literary agencies, are among the parties that have canceled their plans to attend the London Book Fair due to concerns surrounding the new coronavirus.

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  • This Year's London Book Fair Wraps

    Over three days last week in London, England, a stable publishing industry clashed with the chaos of Brexit.

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