IBW 'has taken on creative life of its own'

The co-ordinator of Independent Bookshop Week has said this year's IBW is what the Booksellers Association has "always envisioned", with the event taking on a "creative life of its own." Meanwhile booksellers said their events had been "well attended" this year and that IBW 2015 was "the biggest yet".  Meryl Halls, head of membership services for the BA, responsible for coordinating the week, said the 9th year of the event, which encourages the public to shop at independent booksellers through events and media coverage, had been a been a "wonderful spectacle". Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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