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Bookseller survey finds fatigue and low morale after year of lockdown

A survey conducted by The Bookseller reveals that 12 months after lockdown began, many feel low and isolated, with views on a return to ‘normal’ life decidedly split. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2021-03-19 15:22:20 UTC ]
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Lockdown diary: the book distributor

Survival mode; that’s how lockdown began for me, coming, as it did, off the back of two close family tragedies - the loss of both of my sisters in February and March respectively. “If only,” one family gag went, “we can get through April without anybody kicking the bucket we’ll be okay.”  Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2020-06-29 19:53:35 UTC ]
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Booksellers begin to reopen with caution and excitement

Booksellers across the country are welcoming the public back into their shops for the first time since the lockdown began with a mixture of excitement and trepidation.  Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2020-06-15 00:52:36 UTC ]
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Crisis comms: gaining perspective from writers past

It’s just over a month since lockdown began. I don’t need to tell you about the uncertainties or worries, but at Riot the crisis has strengthened our raison d'etre: we exist to promote culture, because we know how culture can offer perspective during turbulent times. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2020-05-01 08:34:43 UTC ]
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The Guardian view on lockdown reading: more than escapism | Editorial

It’s no surprise that people read a lot when stuck at home. But novels are more than a way to kill timeIt’s no surprise that keen readers have looked to books for historical analogues or literary insights into the coronavirus outbreak. Sales of the English translation of Albert Camus’s 1947... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2020-04-19 17:25:44 UTC ]
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