The publishing sector could receive a boost as part of prime minister Theresa May’s new industrial strategy, the Publishers Association has said. Read more
Faber is launching new educational editions of its books for students at GCSE, IGCSE and A Level in close collaboration with authors Kazuo Ishiguro, Alan Bennett and Michael Frayn. Read more
Nosy Crow and Faber are in the running again for IPG Publishing Awards. Read more
Helen Bailey’s mother was uneasy about the author’s partner, who is on trial for murder, a court has heard. Bailey’s partner Ian Stewart is... Read more
North American publisher Doubleday Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Random House Children’s Books, will this year release a previously unfinished children’s book by... Read more
Chicken House has signed three more titles from Kiran Millwood Hargrave, author of The Girl of Ink & Stars.
The Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) is conducting a public consultation in response to Times Publishing's proposed acquisition of Penguin Singapore and Penguin Malaysia.... Read more
Authors, publishers and booksellers were among the huge crowds participating in the international anti-Trump Women’s Marches on Saturday (21st January).
Emma Tennant, the author of Pemberley (Sceptre) and Burnt Diaries (Canongate), has died following a long illness.
Chief executive at Literature Wales
Wales Book of the Year is going through a major review in order for it to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing world.
Associate Editor at FutureBook
Kieran Hill, c.o.o of venture capital firm Ascension Ventures shares, what's currently exciting him in the publishing scene, what's rubbish, and what it takes to make him bite.
Friday, January 20 2017
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