About Book Brunch
BookBrunch is an information site and daily news service for the book industry. It was founded by Liz Thomson and Nicholas Clee, writers and journalists who are both former editors of trade journals.
Nicholas Clee was Editor of the Bookseller from 1999 to 2004, and before that was the paper's Book News Editor (1984-1999). He writes about books and the book industry for the Times, Guardian, Times Literary Supplement, and NewBooks magazine, and is Contributing Editor of the Publishers Association Statistics Yearbook. He was food columnist for the New Statesman from January 2007 to September 2008, and has also written for the Observer Sports Monthly. He has been a judge of the Booker Prize, Encore Award and Granta Best of Young British Novelists. He is the author of Don't Sweat the Aubergine: What Works in the Kitchen and Why (Short Books, 2nd edition from Black Swan in 2012) and Eclipse: The Story of the Rogue, the Madam and the Horse That Changed Racing (Bantam Press; Overlook US).
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Liz Thomson was on the staff of Publishing News from 1984 until its closure in July 2008. Her arts journalism has been published in newspapers and magazines around the world, and she is a frequent broadcaster. A contributor to The New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, she is also the co-editor of quasi-academic studies of John Lennon, Bob Dylan and David Bowie, and edited the "director's cut" of Robert Shelton's No Direction Home: The Life and Music of Bob Dylan. Her most recent book is Chickenshed: An Awfully Big Adventure. In April 2015, she stepped down from BookBrunch to work on a transatlantic project celebrating the New York folk revival, Bringing It All Back Home to Washington Square. Photo: Shelley Craven
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Eric Green, CEO of BookBrunch, has worked in the book industry for over 22 years. His executive responsibilities include Business Development Director of BDS, a company which he co-founded in 1994, and Managing Director of West10, a trading division within BDS. In addition, he sits on the Boards of Ehaus and Weesleekit, partially and wholly owned companies within the BDS group. Eric's areas of responsibility include IT and finance. Eric sits on a number of committees related to the book trade, and undertakes IT consultancy work.