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The Bookseller

Just a few hours left to buy early-bird tickets for #KidsConf16. Get yours before midnight:
Eleanor Catton is writing a TV adaptation of her novel The Luminaries:
Eleanor Catton's Man Booker Prize-winning The Luminaries to be adapted for TV:
#KidsConf16 speaker @NosyCrow's Kate Wilson shares her inspirations:
.@sarahodedina is talking children's publishing post-#Brexit at #KidsConf16. Buy a ticket:
BBC to adapt Eleanor Catton's The Luminaries:
Publishers revel in fierce demand for rights at BIBF: (£)
This is the last day for early-bird entry to #KidsConf16. Get your discounted tickets here:
Bill Bailey pens humorous guide to British birds:
At BIBF publishers revel in fierce demand for rights: (£)
WH Smith has unveiled its Fresh Talent autumn 2016 authors:
The BBC is adapting Man Booker Award-winner The Luminaries:
.@graceandthorn's Nik Southern to publish book with Hodder:
BIBF: Dohle warns on impact of subscription model - (£)
Tchaikovsky wins Arthur C Clarke award:
Children of Time, published by @panmacmillan, wins the Arthur C Clarke award:
Subscription services could have "huge impact" on publishers, says Markus Dohle: (£)
Why 2016 is the year for the Arthur C. Clarke Award to embrace self-published works…
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Nik Southern's How Not to Kill Your Plants to @HodderBooks:
Noughts and Crosses by @malorieblackman is being made into a BBC TV series:
Children of Time wins Arthur C Clarke Award:
.@HarperCollinsCh publishes @RobBiddulph's Odd Dog Out today. He talks to us about it here:
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