Publishers need to "cultivate an environment for more experimentation, more risk-taking", Sandy Mahal has said. Speaking to The Bookseller ahead of the FutureBook Conference 2015,... Read more
Megan Brown finds Crosley's novel to be a quirky and witty, if uneven, debut.
Number 11 is comprised of five interconnecting stories that demonstrate a powerful imagination, a keen observational eye, and deep compassion.
Fiona Barton’s début novel owes much to her journalistic background but she’s found writing fiction much more terrifying.
David Cox believes "We can’t succeed without connecting the best authors with the right readers." He gives us an insight into his role at Taylor and Francis in... Read more
We take a look at some of the best quotes from FutureBook Conferences of years past.
As a high-school senior and part time drug dealer, Addison has a lot to deal with. Having to juggle school work with his extra-curricular pursuits,... Read more
Lorna Gibb plays with the expectations of a contemporary audience: If a character in a ghost story insists that the ghost isn’t real, we might well... Read more
Jaki Hawker, in an edited extract from The Academic Book of the Future, edited by Rebecca E Lyons and Samantha Rayner, examines how readers will... Read more
Maria Vassilopoulos interviews Creative Access its work to make publishing more diverse.