Six years after his huge hit The Fault in Our Stars, author John Green will bring out a new novel, Turtles All the Way Down, in November. Read more
Leading figures have urged the publishing industry to pool its data and money to create a cross-industry campaign about the value of books and reading. Read more
Bloomsbury and Pottermore will publish two new books this autumn for the British Library exhibition “Harry Potter: A History of Magic”. Read more
The book trade has been welcoming a fresh batch of interns today (23rd June) as part of #TakeYourDogToWorkDay.
BBC Radio 2 producer Joe Haddow will next week launch a podcast called “Book Off!”, in which authors, comedians and figures from the music and film worlds... Read more
Literature Wales has raised “serious concerns” regarding the Welsh Publishing and Literature Review released last week after it was accused of being “inward looking” and... Read more
The Association of American Publishers (AAP) has welcomed a US court ruling awarding publisher Elsevier $15m in damages for copyright infringements.
Pan Macmillan has won two books by Shahroo Izadi following a "hotly contested" five-publisher auction, with the first title, The Kindness Method, set to be the imprint's lead... Read more
HarperCollins has signed Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant, the debut non-fiction book by Vice journalist Joel Golby.
Diarist at The Bookseller
I’m sure you are all familiar with “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”, in which the red, white and blue-clad superdude Steve Rogers is harried by... Read more
It’s September, and it’s bumper. Despite the volume of titles however, the standout trends for this autumn are not hard to spot. there are further titles on lagom - the Nordic notion of balance...
Associate editor at FutureBook
This mobile storytelling app has 20 million downloads - and it's reaching that elusive Gen Z demographic.
Issue No 5762
Friday, June 23 2017
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