Incoming Publishers Association president Lis Tribe set out her priorities in the role for the coming year at the body's annual general meeting, held in central London yesterday... Read more
Publishers are responding to the surge in audiobook downloads by investing more in the sector, hiring new staff and exploring audio-first opportunities. Read more
The student shortlistees for the fifth Batsford Prize have been announced today. Read more
Conservative MP Philip Davies complained to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) that the Jhalak Prize unlawfully discriminated against white people, it has emerged.... Read more
Editions de La Martinière (EDLM) is laying off 10 of its 40 employees, just four years after a first wave of 19 redundancies.
Amazon has reported its eighth profitable quarter, with profit up 40%, to $724m (£560.8m) in the first three months of the year.
Bookouture has signed two women's fiction novels from author Keris Stainton.
Egmont has signed up award-winning artist Rob Biddulph to re-illustrate the classic series, Flat Stanley.
The student shortlistees for the fifth Batsford Prize have been announced today, with 28 undergraduates and postgraduates at UK institutions contesting awards for Applied/Fine Art,... Read more
Agent at MMB Creative
This week the Telegraph newspaper laid a cloak of misery over the excellent UK book publishing results for 2016, concentrating of course on the negative... Read more
July and the prospect of summer holidays feels like the perfect time to lead with an exceptionally funny, child-pleasing book. Danny McGee Drinks the Sea marks a welcome return for Andy Stanton,...
Associate editor at FutureBook
Many have tried bundling physical books with their digital content - and many have failed. Will BTwinBooks's IoT technology triumph?
Issue No 5752
Friday, April 28 2017
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