The Bookseller has been the business magazine of the book industry since 1858, incorporating Bent’s Literary Advertiser, established 1802. The Bookseller has reported on every significant book trade event, from the launch of George Eliot’s Mill on the Floss in 1860 to Allen Lane’s launch of the paperback format and today’s Amazon-led competitive struggles. Each week, it is the incisive and independent source of business intelligence and analysis for the book trade. It produces the Official Top 50 chart and previews all key forthcoming books three months before publication. For publishers, retailers, agents, libraries, national media and festivals, it is the trusted primary source. Online, thebookseller.com is the book trade’s most visited UK site with over 200,000 unique monthly users. On Twitter, @thebookseller has more than 100,000 followers.