From power poses to the Hay Festival abroad, here are the latest pictures of the week.
Libraries across the country are hosting a range of events to encourage their communities to show "solidarity and support" in celebration of "our fantastic, vibrant... Read more
Robes were readied, potions mixed and spells memorised as fans across the country celebrated the second official Harry Potter Book Night.
The author of a controversial book on China's president, believed to be the reason five booksellers from the Mighty Current publishing house in Hong Kong went missing between... Read more
The Bookseller is seeking the book trade’s views on whether the UK should leave the European Union ahead of the nation’s referendum vote.... Read more
Online community Toppsta is partnering with World Book Day this year, providing reviews of the £1 titles in the run-up to the day itself on... Read more
Tony Ross was the biggest selling children’s illustrator in the UK in 2015, with value sales of his books totalling more than £9m, according to... Read more
Acclaimed art historian and writer Iain Pears is chairing the judging panel for the £10,000 Desmond Elliott Prize 2016. He will be joined by journalist and... Read more
The crime and thriller genre dominated loans from UK public libraries last year according to data released by Public Lending Right.
Constable, part of Little, Brown Book Group, has acquired two new thrillers from author L A Larkin.
Jim Greenhough, formerly commercial director of Carlton Publishing Group, has been promoted to m.d.
Germany's fixed-price book laws are to be extended to e-books.
Orion has acquired a book about a "hot new lifestyle philosophy" called Hygge.
Google has launched a new digital-only bookstore "for books that cannot be printed".
Publishers, writers and agents praised the new Waterstones Tottenham Court Road as “fresh” and “funky” at its official opening last night.
Issue No 5701
Friday, February 5 2016
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