David Roper tells us about being founder and m.d of Heavy Entertainment.
With eye-popping growth of 26.8% in 2016, Pan Macmillan usurped the Indie Alliance and staked its claim as a ‘Big Four’ publisher.
It was another year of digital contraction for the UK’s biggest publishers, who experienced a second consecutive year of declining e-book volumes in 2016.... Read more
Thames & Hudson’s chief executive Rolf Grisebach reveals the reasoning behind the company’s consistent rude health.
Jo, Julia, Joe, Jason-and-Joel (and David) all sold more than £10m worth of print books in 2016, as the big names just kept on getting... Read more
Rukhsana Yasmin talks about her role as project officer at Commonwealth Writers.
The week after Christmas is the e-book equivalent of the week prior to it in print: all those newly unwrapped e-readers and a whole week... Read more
Familiar faces fill the top of the illustrator chart, with backlist a big factor, but some lesser-known artists show signs they could break into the... Read more
Authors, agents, chief executives and more predict what will happen in the publishing industry in 2017.
The Girl on the Train tops the Weekly E-Book Ranking, but there is new blood in the chart with Tom Bale's Skin and Bones claiming... Read more