In a striking reimagination of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s backlist, Fourth Estate's assistant art director Jo Walker drew inspiration from Ankara motifs — and then drew... Read more
The Girl on the Train, having dominated the e-book charts throughout 2016, scores the final Monthly E-Book Ranking of the year.
After acquiring a trio of titles by Man Booker winner Paul Beatty, Oneworld has unified the writer’s backlist with a Civil Rights Movement-infused aesthetic.... Read more
Robin Hyman, the former president of the Publishers Association, whose love of dictionaries and aptitude in the independent publishing world granted him a great deal... Read more
Lyndsey Fineran tells us about her job as programme manager at Cheltenham Literature Festival.
New entries to the Weekly E-Book Ranking include James Patterson's Along Came a Spider and Saroo Brierley's Lion.
Orion's m.d. talks to Philip Jones about her first year at the books business.
Faber’s adult publisher Mitzi Angel talks to Benedicte Page about hunting out powerful new voices in order to build on the publisher’s venerable history. ... Read more
J K Rowling’s original Harry Potter septet, vocalised by Stephen Fry, dominated the audio download chart in 2016, but their magic fell short of displacing... Read more
The LibScan top 20 may be the only year-end chart not to be conquered by Paula Hawkins, with male-authored crime fiction dominating the list.