Sharon Guskin talks to Alice O'Keeffe about her début novel The Forgetting Time, which explores the lengths that a mother will go to for the... Read more
Describe your role. I’m involved in so many aspects of editorial, but the main component of my role is to devise new title ideas and develop... Read more
Erwin James talks to Caroline Sanderson about his memoir Redeemable, which tells the story of how he found redemption through literature and access to education... Read more
In a special (if you are easily offended, look away now) My Job In 5, I got the chance to interview the elusive Hachette Hawk. ... Read more
Seven trade figures reflect on the life and legacy of the late George Weidenfeld.
In an unpredictable and somewhat paradoxical print performance in 2015, the trio of publishing behemoths all posted respectable growth; yet the ‘Big Three’ collectively claimed... Read more
The heads of the UK publishing's four biggest trade publishers on the successes, and challenges, of 2015.
Australian scriptwriter Shirley Barrett's début novel Rush Oh! immerses itself in the early 20th-century New South Wales whaling community. ... Read more
Reading Agency chief executive Sue Wilkinson and Andrew Bignall, head of libraries at Hertfordshire, remember Sue Jones.
Pluto Press m.d. Anne Beech remembers Neil Middleton.