Monday, April 29, 2019|6:30 pm
Even before you get an agent it’s important to understand the story behind the book, and that narrative is an important consideration when marketing books and authors to publishers and audiences. Our panel for this event…Book tickets
Monday, June 17, 2019|6:30 pm
Join us and a panel of experts as we explore how culture and storytelling are likely to change in the future. Before and after the talk they’ll be the opportunity to network with authors, agents, publishers and suppliers…Book tickets
Wednesday, July 10, 2019|8:30 am
It’s notoriously difficult for authors to get in front of agents, so we set up our Agent Tables events to enable writers to meet agents in person and get feedback on their work. Our next Agent Tables event is on Wednesd…Book tickets
PAST EVENT REPORTS
Read reports and view photos from past Byte The Book events.
Words by Chris Russell, photos by Zoe Sharples. The Groucho Club was packed wall-to-wall for Byte The Book’s ‘back to school’ event, which set out to tackle the sticky issue of how authors can generat…Read more
Report: Personalised Production: How Can New Technology Push Printing to Service Individual Consumers?
Words by Chris Russell, photos by Nicole Kavanaugh. On a sweltering summer’s evening in Soho, Byte The Book brought together a panel of industry experts to discuss the very contemporary topic of perso…Read more
Report: Crime and Thriller Publishing – How Do You Publish Crime & Thriller Books That Audiences Want to Read?
Words by Chris Russell, photos by Nicole Kavanaugh. For its June event, Byte The Book turned its attention to the dynamic and ever-changing world of crime and thriller publishing. Amid the occasional…Read more
Words by Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone, photos by Nicole Kavanaugh. Everyone knows that Byte the Book is the place to come and talk about technology in publishing and media. If you have a creative project…Read more
Words by Chris Russell, photos by Nicole Kavanaugh. May’s Byte The Book was a bustling affair – the venue was so packed that people were being turned away at the door. Authors and industry professiona…Read more
Words by Chris Russell, photos by Nicole Kavanaugh. Byte The Book’s April event was its first in the opulent surroundings of the Hotel Café Royal. With introductory drinks laid on by sponsors Blurb, t…Read more
Words by Chris Russell, photos by Daniel Solomons. Byte The Book’s March event brought together Strathmore Publishing’s Nic Jones, screenwriter and novelist Jeff Norton and literary agent Rachel Mills…Read more
Words by Chris Russell, photos by Nicole Kavanaugh. February’s Byte The Book brought together Crystal Mahey-Morgan of Own It Entertainment, Helen McGinn of The Knackered Mothers’ Wine Club, “Mr Byte-T…Read more
Words by Chris Russell, photos by Nicole Kavanaugh. The opening Byte The Book of 2016 pitted Justo Hidalgo, co-founder of Spanish start-up 24Symbols, against literary agent Meg Davis in an attempt to…Read more
We loved Futurebook this year, we learnt and networked loads. Well done everyone at the Bookseller! Byte Consultancy’s Hermione Ireland has written a report on key learnings from the event. A lively…Read more
Words by Jantien Abma, photos by Danny Lyle. November’s Byte the Boook saw us gathered in The Groucho Club for the last time in 2015, and for the last time in the Gennaro Room to listen to Midas PR’s…Read more