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Trade associations & societies

The Alliance of Independent Authors is a non-profit professional association for author-publishers.
The Association of American University Presses serves its member presses through cooperative programs, professional development opportunities, industry research and analysis, and representing the interests of members to the public, other organizations, and government agencies.
The Association of Authors' Agents represents literary agents in the UK.
The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers represents not-for-profit professional publishers.
The Audiobook Publishing Association promotes audiobooks in the UK.
The Authors Licensing and Collecting Society protects and promotes authors' copyright.
Book Aid International is a charity promoting better lives through books.
Book Industry Communication promotes standards in the UK book business.
BookMachine is a publishing community that runs events and posts news, views and interviews on their website.
The Book Marketing Society represents marketing professionals in publishing.
The Booksellers Association represents bookshops in the UK and Ireland.
The Book Society (formerly the Society of Bookmen) is a club for professionals in the book trade, publishers, booksellers, literary agents, librarians and authors.
Booktrust is the independent educational charity for books. Scotland has its own Scottish Book Trust.
The British Printing Industries Federation is the principal business support organisation representing the UK print, printed packaging and graphic communication industry.
BTBS (the Book Trade Charity) is the UK's book trade charity.
The Copyright Licensing Agency promotes and protects publishers' copyright in the UK by selling licenses.
Copywatch is the copyright enforcement site of the Copyright Licensing Agency.
Editeur co-ordinates and promotes standards in e-commerce for books.
The Federation of Children's Book Groups aims to bring children and books together.
The Galley Club is a social society for anyone involved in publishing or book production.
The International Digital Publishing Forum brings together worldwide thinking on digital content.
The National Literacy Trust promotes literacy and reading in the UK.
The Oxford Publishing Society brings together the publishing community in and around Oxford.
PEN is the worldwide authors association and its English branch is here.
The Poetry Society promotes poetry in the UK.
The Public Lending Right co-ordinates payments to authors for library loans.
The Publishers Association represents UK publishers and works closely with the IPG.
Publishers' Licensing Services co-ordinates payments for publishers' copyright.
The Professional Publishers Association represents the UK’s publishers of consumer magazine and business media brands.
The Publishers Publicity Circle brings together book publicists.
Publishing Scotland provides support, training, funding and advocacy for the book publishing sector in Scotland.
The Society of Authors supports over 9,000 writers in the UK.
The Society for Editors and Proofreaders promotes the work of its members and campaigns for high editorial standards.
The Society of Indexers is the UK professional body for indexing.
The Society of Young Publishers helps people wanting to break into publishing or work their way up.
UK Children's Books runs a database of children's authors, illustrators and publishers.
The Welsh Books Council supports publishing in Wales.
Women in Publishing represents and supports the status of women in the industry.
The Writers Guild represents UK authors.