Thursday, April 14, 2016


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Bickford-Smith's BAMB bag revealed

Waterstones Book of the Year winner Coralie Bickford-Smith has designed this year’s Books Are My Bag limited edition tote, unveiled by the The Bookseller Daily at London Book Fair today.
Canelo packs up an Abandoned Bookshop

Digital-only publisher Canelo will launch a new imprint in August, called Abandoned Bookshop, with Friday Project publisher Scott Pack and freelance editor Katherine Stephen.
Boxtree unveils 30th birthday plans

Pan Macmillan’s humour and pop culture imprint Boxtree has announced a series of 30th anniversary plans that “seek to underline the business of serious fun”.
Canongate's Lord signs Everybody
Jenny Lord has signed a “trailblazing new kind of non-fiction” by Olivia Laing.

Home lands for Hughes, Huerta

The Pigeonhole founder Anna Jean Hughes and agent Valeria Huerta are collaborating on a digital-first book of essays based around the concept of home.
Hachette secures Pietsch-perfect manga partner

Hachette Book Group (HBG) and Japanese publisher Kadokawa Corporation (KC) have partnered to create a new joint manga imprint.
Teicher dispenses indie bookseller lessons

The resurgence of independent bookselling is set to become a “contagious” global trend, Oren Teicher, c.e.o. of the American Booksellers Association (ABA), has said.
boosts profits

APA Publications has invested a seven-figure sum in the development of travel publisher Insight Guides, and will transform the business into an “online marketplace” that does not charge to access its content digitally.
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