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The Bookseller 11h
A decade on from the launch of the Kindle, trade figures reflect on its impact on the industry: (£)
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The Bookseller 11h
. confirms the UK will no longer be able to compete for the European Capital of Culture accolade:
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The Bookseller 12h
This week, five début poets performed their work to celebrate the publication of ' Rising Stars:
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The Bookseller 12h
Adam Sims claimed the prize for Audiobook Narrator of the Year last night:
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The Bookseller 12h
. and ' Short Story Prize received hundreds of entries:
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The Bookseller 12h
Tom Weldon told that he was dismayed by the lack of representation in publishing as part of documentary:
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The Bookseller 13h
. wins "atmospheric" Iran novel at auction:
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The Bookseller 13h
Five edtech start-ups have won a place as finalists for PitchEd competition:
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The Bookseller 13h
Two titles from are in the running for the 2018 Blue Peter Book Awards:
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The Bookseller 13h
An organiser of the Milton Keynes Festival is among those shortlisted in the Competition:
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The Bookseller 13h
Wilbur Smith nominated for the Bad Sex in Fiction Award:
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The Bookseller 14h
Chinese publishers and retailers report they are seeing explosive growth in home-grown kids’ books: (£)
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The Bookseller 14h
Adam Sims wins Audio Narrator of the Year:
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The Bookseller 14h
Brexit means the UK will no longer be able to compete for the European Capital of Culture accolade:
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The Bookseller 14h
. to publish an e-book anthology of the Short Story Prize winners:
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The Bookseller 14h
Horrible Histories to be adapted for film:
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The Bookseller 15h
Tom Weldon and discuss the lack of diversity in literature in documentary Where Are All the Working Class Writers:
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The Bookseller 15h
Check out this week's pictures round-up now:
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The Bookseller 15h
Trade figures argue that while the advent of the Kindle has been "fundamentally good" for the trade, it has not been without its casualties: (£)
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The Bookseller 15h
Finalists chosen for PitchEd competition at :
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