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Coronavirus coverage

Coronavirus coverage

All of The Bookseller's coronavirus coverage in one place.

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Live stories:

Publishers' free homeschooling resources for parents
Comprehensive list of free homeschooling resources from publishers and literacy charities. For the full article please click here.​

Independent bookshops start to close as coronavirus advice comes in- last updated 28/04/2020
Latest updates on independent bookshops across the UK. For the full article please click here.

Live: Publishers postpone major titles until pandemic is over
Latest updates of postponed publications and new publication dates. For the full article please click here.


News:

Small presses fear being 'wiped out' by autumn 7/05/2020
A significant proportion of the UK and Ireland's smallest independent presses say their businesses are at risk as a result of the coronavirus lockdown, having seen sales plunge and cash quickly run out. For the full article please click here.

BA 'concerned' by postponement of business rates revaluation 7/05/2020
The Booksellers Assocation has said it is concerned by the government's decision to postpone its planned business rates revaluation. For the full article please click here.

Irish bookshops to reopen in June as lockdown eases 7/05/2020
Bookshops in Ireland are set to reopen in June as part of an easing of lockdown measures introduced following the Covid-19 outbreak. For the full article please click here.

The Bookseller to highlight books impacted by Covid 19 5/05/2020
The Bookseller will begin this week to republish its May and June previews showcasing titles that have been rescheduled, as a result of the lockdown, as well as those that are still being published during those months. For the full article please click here.

BA conference postponed to November 4/03/2020
The Booksellers Association annual conference and Gardners Trade Show have been postponed until November owing to the coronavirus pandemic. For the full article please click here.

Bertrams confirms its future is under strategic review 3/05/2020
The future of the Bertrams wholesaling business is at risk following the sale of its online bookshop Wordery and the temporary closure of its book supply business as a result of the coronavirus lockdown.  For the full article please click here.

Coronavirus will change trade long-term, publishers say 1/05/2020
The Covid-19 pandemic will have a lasting impact on the way publishing professionals work, from online selling to seizing the advantages of remote working and breaking out of London, industry leaders have predicted. For the full article please click here.

Hachette UK down 5.5% in first quarter 1/05/2020
Hachette UK's revenue fell 5.5% in the first quarter of 2020, parent company Lagardère has reported in its latest financial results. For the full article please click here.

Amazon first-quarter sales surge as Bezos pledges $4bn coronavirus spend 1/05/2020
Amazon saw a 27% surge in sales during the first quarter of 2020, but profits at the online retailer — which has vowed to spend all the next quarter's projecting operating profits on tackling the coronavirus crisis — actually fell 30% year on year. For the full article please click here.

PRH donates audiobooks to prison and hospital radio during lockdown 1/05/2020
Penguin Random House is donating audiobooks to hospital and prison radio stations to offer comfort and escape during the pandemic. For the full article please click here.

International publishers flock to new Facebook community 1/05/2020
International publishing consultant Emma House (pictured) has co-founded a Facebook community, Publishers Without Borders, to help publishers globally during the pandemic. For the full article please click here.

Reading Tax scrapped seven months early 30/04/2020
VAT on digital publications will be scrapped today (Friday 1st May) after Chancellor fast-tracked the plan, saying it would help readers and publishers during the coronavirus pandemic. For the full article please click here.

Bertelsmann reports first quarter decline of 2.7% as Covid-19 hits business 30/04/2020. 
Penguin Random House owner Bertelsmann has reported a first quarter revenue decline of 2.7% in what it said was a “satisfactory” performance given the challenge of Covid-19. For the full article please click here.

Analysts split over coronavirus impact on book trade future 30/04/2020
A report by finance firm PwC predicts the coronavirus will not have a long-term impact on the book trade, but Enders Analysis has warned of the "damaging" effects of prolonged lockdown on sales, authors and indies. For the full article please click here.

Some French bookshops to re-open in May, as indie turnover slumps 94% 30/04/2020
Many French bookshops and all other so-called non-essential retailers will be able to re-open on 11th May, nearly two months after they had to close as part of the national lockdown on 17th March. For the full article please click here.

BA calls on government to support sector with retail space 'furloughing' 29/04/2020
The Booksellers Association has written to Chancellor Rishi Sunak asking for a series of measures to support booksellers during the Covid-19 crisis, including allowing retail spaces to be "furloughed" and help to keep the supply chain open. For the full article please click here.

Imagine 'life beyond corona', Geller urges publishers 29/04/2020
Jonny Geller has advised publishers to see lockdown as a time of change and "experiment". For the full article please click here.

Bloody Scotland International Crime Festival cancelled 29/04/2020
This year's Bloody Scotland International Crime Festival has been cancelled, owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. For the full article please click here.

DHA launches virtual open day 28/04/2020
David Higham Associates (DHA) has announced this year's open day will take place online, owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. For the full article please click here.

Government brings in new loans to help pandemic-struck small businesses 27/04/2020
The chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a new micro-loan scheme for small businesses, to alleviate the impact of the coronavirus lockdown with both the Booksellers Association and the Independent Publishers Guild welcoming the step. For the full article please click here.

Virtual author events continue to roll in 27/04/2020
In the weeks since coronavirus took over and everyone went into lockdown, The Bookseller's events site has seen an influx of virtual event listings. For the full article please click here.

Weldon and Shelley join call for government action on creative industries 27/04/2020
PRH c.e.o. Tom Weldon and Hachette UK c.e.o. David Shelley are among more than 400 leading names from the creative industries warning that half the UK's creative businesses could be lost due to the coronavirus pandemic. For the full article please click here.

Supply chain frustrations challenge publishers to become more self-reliant 27/04/2020
Amazon’s reluctance to prioritise books has been pushing more independent publishers to consider how they can be less reliant on third-party routes to market by pursuing their own click-to-buy supplies.  For the full article please click here.

BA criticises Amazon for 'ill-judged' hardship fund donation 24/04/2020 
The Booksellers Association (BA) has branded Amazon's £250,000 donation to a booksellers hardship fund an “ill-judged attempt to mitigate a decades-long campaign to undermine the bookselling sector”.  For the full article please click here.

Pearson down 5% in first quarter amid Covid-19 disruption 24/04/2020
Pearson has reported it will pay its final dividend for 2019 to investors and is not furloughing any staff, despite a 5% fall in global revenues for the first quarter as a result of Covid-19. For the full article please click here.

PA issues demands to government on Covid-19 crisis 24/04/2020
The Publishers Association says it is pushing for publishing to be included in the business rates holiday, and for there to be part-time furloughing, among a number of demands for government to help the industry deal with the “unprecedented challenge” of the coronavirus pandemic. For the full article please click here.

Booker International Prize postponed over coronavirus 20/04/2020
The awarding of the £50,000 International Booker Prize is being postponed from May until later in the summer because of the Covid-19 pandemic. For the full article please click here.

Amazon revealed as £250k donor to bookseller coronavirus fund 23/04/2020
Amazon has been revealed as the mystery donor which pledged £250,000 to a fundraising drive to help booksellers impacted by the coronavirus crisis. For the full article please click here.

Improved profits for Quarto, as it warns of costs of Covid-19 23/04/2020
Quarto has pointed to improved profits and reduced debt, as it warns of increased costs and lower orders as a result of the Covid-19 crisis. For the full article please click here.

Mystery donor pledges £250k to booksellers via trade crowdfunder 22/04/2020
A trade crowdfunder to help booksellers struggling during the Covid-19 crisis has helped raise around £380,000 after a mystery donor pledged an “astonishing” £250,000. For the full article please click here.

Indie publishers face 'existential crisis' after coronavirus lockdown but remain hopeful 2/04/2020
Indie publishers face an “existential crisis” during the pandemic lockdown, but remain hopeful they can make it to the other side. For the full article please click here.

Bookseller survey: book trade staffers tell of anxiety over coronavirus outbreak 26/03/2020
Anxiety about health and finances, stress at juggling childcare and uncertainty for the future are frequent reactions among book trade staffers to working through the current coronavirus crisis, according to the nearly 150 respondents to The Bookseller's survey. For the full article please click here.

LBF LATEST: fair cancelled as Big Five pull out 2/03/2020
The London Book Fair has been cancelled owing to the coronavirus outbreak following a wave of cancellations from major publishers and agencies. For the full article please click here.


Blogs:

It's time to face the data
April 2020 found the publishing industry entering a period of unexpected change as bookshops closed and the focus turned to digital sales. The COVID-19 lockdown has forced writers to re-evaluate the future in this difficult time. For the full article please click here.​

2020 (re)vision
With much of the book business still wrestling with the short-term impact of the coronavirus crisis, it may feel too soon to imagine what happens next. For the full article please click here.

Welcome to the coronaverse
What will ‘the world after corona’ look like? When is ‘the world after corona’?  For the full article please click here.

A world without bookshops
Could the coronavirus crisis and the UK lockdown be offering the publishing industry a glimpse into a world without bookshops?  For the full article please click here.

Publishing in a pandemic by Stephen Lotinga Chief executive officer of the Publishers Association 24/04/2020
Our society faces an unprecedented challenge from coronavirus and publishing is no exception to that. For the full article please click here.

Love, Hope and Business by Philip Jones Editor at The Bookseller 17/04/2020
Contrary to what you might read elsewhere, there are three stages to a pandemic. The up curve, the downwards one and the bit in between. For the full article please click here.

Houston, we have a problem: how bookshops might prepare for reopening by Mark Thornton Bookshop mentor at Unwin Charitable Trust 16/04/2020
Fifty years ago this week, the world watched the unfolding drama of Apollo 13, the space mission hit by an explosion en route to the Moon. For the full article please click here

Freelancing in a time of corona by Catherine Taylor 6/04/2020
I woke early this morning in the coronatime in which we all now exist - the brief respite of sleep ruined yet again by the inevitable jolt of reality. For the full article please click here

Online Opportunities By Carolyn Jess-Cooke 3/04/2020
The Covid-19 pandemic will change life as we know it. It will change how we work, shop, eat and travel. It will change what we read, radically altering how we interpret not just dystopian tropes but also relationships. It will change how we communicate and socialise. For the full article please click here

Beyond the tent by Molly Flatt Comment Editor at The Bookseller 3/04/2020
A couple of weeks ago, John Howkins wrote a piece for us on the value of invisible work. Ever since, as news of one cancelled literary festival after another has hit my inbox, it's been resonating hard. For the full article please click here

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