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Publishing Calendar: January­June 2012

January

6th January

New Titles: Fiction April Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 25th November 2011 Advertising deadline: 16th December 2011

february

3rd february

New Titles: Fiction May Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 23rd December 2011 Advertising deadline: 27th January

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New Titles: Fiction June Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 27th January Advertising deadline: 24th February

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6th april

New Titles: Fiction July Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 2nd March Advertising deadline: 30th March Supplement: London Book Fair Preview This will include features, interviews and a comprehensive round-up of the fair's key events. Advertising deadline: 28th March

may

4th may

New Titles: Fiction August Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 23rd March Advertising deadline: 27th April

June

1st June

New Titles: Fiction September Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 27th April Advertising deadline: 25th May

13th January

New Titles: Non-Fiction April Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 2nd December 2011 Advertising deadline: 6th January

10th february

New Titles: Non-Fiction May Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 6th January Advertising deadline: 3rd February

9th march

New Titles: Non-Fiction June Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 3rd February Advertising deadline: 2nd March Supplement: Children's Bookseller Focusing on the Bologna Children's Book Fair. Send children's titles published from April to August to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 13th January Advertising deadline: 29th February

11th may

New Titles: Non-Fiction August Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 30th March Advertising deadline: 4th May

8th June

New Titles: Non-Fiction September Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 4th May Advertising deadline: 1st June

13th april

New Titles: Non-Fiction July Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 9th March Advertising deadline: 6th April London Book Fair Dailies: 16th, 17th, 18th April These daily newspapers will cover news, events, rights deals and gossip from the fair. Advertising deadline: 6th April

20th January

Booksellers' Choice (Adult): April Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 9th December 2011 Supplement: Travel Bookseller Send travel books, guidebooks, maps and atlases published from February to January 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 25th November 2011 Advertising deadline: 11th January Category Preview: History & Politics Send titles published from March to July to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 18th November 2011 Advertising deadline: 13th January

17th february

Booksellers' Choice (Adult): May Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 13th January Category Preview: Food & Drink Send titles published from March to July 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 16th December 2011 Advertising deadline: 10th February

18th may

Booksellers' Choice (Adult): August Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 13th April Category Preview: Film, TV and Music Send titles published from June to May 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 23rd March Advertising deadline: 11th May Supplement: The Bookseller Industry Awards Winners' Brochure This supplement will showcase the winner from all categories of The Bookseller Industry Awards 2012

15th June

Booksellers' Choice (Adult): September Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 11th May Category Preview: Biography & Memoirs Send titles published from July to January 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 20th April Advertising deadline: 8th June

16th march

Booksellers' Choice (Adult): June Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 10th February Category Preview: Religion Send titles published from April to March 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 20th January Advertising deadline: 9th March Bologna Book Fair Daily: 21st March A daily newspaper which will cover news, events, rights deals and gossip from the fair. Advertising deadline: 9th March

24th february

Booksellers' Choice (Children's) and Children's Previews: May Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 20th January Paperback Preview: June Send editorial submissions to Sarah Broadhurst. Editorial deadline: 20th January Advertising deadline: 17th February

20th april

Booksellers' Choice (Adult): July Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 9th March Category Preview: Art, Architecture and Photography Send titles published from May to April 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 24th February Advertising deadline: 13th April

22nd June

Booksellers' Choice (Children's) and Children's Previews: September Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 18th May

27th January

Booksellers' Choice (Children's) and Children's Previews: April Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 16th December 2011 Paperback Preview: May Send editorial submissions to Sarah Broadhurst. Editorial deadline: 16th December 2011 Advertising deadline: 20th January Spring Buyer's Guide and Children's Buyer's Guide Submit new titles published from January to June via the website (www.booksellerbuyersguide.co.uk) Editorial deadline: 4th November 2011 Advertising deadline: Contact the advertising team for details.

25th may

Booksellers' Choice (Children's) and Children's Previews: August Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 20th April Paperback Preview: September Send editorial submissions to Sarah Broadhurst. Editorial deadline: 20th April Advertising deadline: 18th May

29th June

Paperback Preview: October Send editorial submissions to Sarah Broadhurst. Editorial deadline: 25th May Advertising deadline: 22nd June

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Booksellers' Choice (Children's) and Children's Previews: July Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 16th March Paperback Preview: August Send editorial submissions to Sarah Broadhurst. Editorial deadline: 16th March Advertising deadline: 20th April

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Publishing Calendar: July­December 2012

July

6th July

New Titles: Fiction October Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 25th May Advertising deadline: 29th June Supplement: Academic and Education Bookseller Send academic, education, back to school and revision and study guide titles published from August to July 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial Deadline: 11th May Advertising deadline: 27th June

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New Titles: Fiction November Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 6th July Advertising deadline: 3rd August New Titles: Non-Fiction November Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 6th July Advertising deadline: 3rd August Supplement: Children's Bookseller Send children's titles published from September to January 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 15th June Advertising deadline: 1st August

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7th September

New Titles: Fiction December Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 3rd August Advertising deadline: 31st August

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5th october

New Titles: Fiction January Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 31st August Advertising deadline: 28th September

november

2nd november

New Titles: Fiction February Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 28th September Advertising deadline: 26th October

DeCember

7th December

New Titles: Fiction March Send editorial submissions to Alice O'Keeffe. Editorial deadline: 2nd November Advertising deadline: 30th November New Titles: Non-Fiction March Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 2nd November Advertising deadline: 30th November

14th September

New Titles: Non-Fiction December Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 10th August Advertising deadline: 7th September

12th october

New Titles: Non-Fiction January Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 7th September Advertising deadline: 5th October Frankfurt Book Fair Dailies: 10th, 11th, 12th October These daily newspapers will cover news, events, rights deals and gossip from the fair. Advertising deadline: 28th September

9th november

New Titles: Non-Fiction February Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 5th October Advertising deadline: 2nd November

14th/21st/28th December

Booksellers' Choice (Adult): March Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 9th November Booksellers' Choice (Children's) and Children's Previews: March Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 9th November Paperback Preview: April Send editorial submissions to Sarah Broadhurst. Editorial deadline: 9th November Advertising deadline: 7th December Category Preview: Business and Computer Send titles published from January 2013 to December 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 19th October Advertising deadline: 7th December

13th July

New Titles: Non-Fiction October Send editorial submissions to Caroline Sanderson. Editorial deadline: 1st June Advertising deadline: 6th July

21st September

Booksellers' Choice (Adult): December Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 17th August Category Preview: Humour Send titles published from October to September 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 27th July Advertising deadline: 14th September

16th november

Booksellers' Choice (Adult): February Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 12th October Category Preview: Health, Diet and MBS Send titles published from December to November 2013 to the Editorial Assistant. Editorial deadline: 21st September Advertising deadline: 9th November

24th/31st august

Booksellers' Choice (Adult): November Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 20th July Booksellers' Choice (Children's) and Children's Previews: November Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 20th July Paperback Preview: December Send editorial submissions to Sarah Broadhurst. Editorial deadline: 20th July Advertising deadline: 17th August

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20th July

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28th September

Booksellers' Choice (Children's) and Children's Previews: December Send editorial submissions to panel. Editorial deadline: 24th August Paperback Preview: January Send editorial submissions to Sarah Broadhurst. Editorial deadline: 24th August Advertising deadline: 21st September Supplement: Frankfurt Book Fair Preview This will include features, interviews and a comprehensive overlook of the fair's key events. Advertising deadline: 19th September

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