Thu, 28/06/2012 - 14:38
Bloodaxe Books is publishing pocketbook and e-book editions of poetry taken from its bestselling Staying Alive anthologies.
The original Staying Alive series, which consists of Staying Alice: Real Poems for Unreal Times; Being Alive, and Being Human, has been condensed down into a smaller collection, with...
Thu, 10/06/2010 - 08:52
Small publishers are concerned about the Guardian's new levy on entering titles for its First Book Award, with several saying they "can't afford" to take part this year.
Publishers are now expected to pay ￡150 plus VAT for each book entered, with a maximum of three permitted. The deadline is 16th July. A...
Thu, 18/03/2010 - 10:33
Inpress has signed up seven new trade publishers for trade representation in the past six months after re-launching a year ago.
The company most recently signed poetry independent Bloodaxe Books, which will move to Inpress for trade representation in England, Scotland and Wales from 1st April.
Neil Astley, Bloodaxe Books’...
Tue, 13/01/2009 - 08:45
Jen Hadfield has won the 2008 T S Eliot Prize for Poetry with her second collection Nigh-No-Place (Bloodaxe).
The announcement was made last night (12th January). Valerie Eliot, the widow of T S Eliot, presented Hadfield with £15,000 and each shortlisted poet with £1,000. The news also came yesterday that shortlisted...