Bloomsbury grew revenues by 15% to £142.6m in the 12 months to the end of Feburary 2017, in what chief executive Nigel Newton has branded "a very strong year" for the company.... Read more
Bloomsury has signed a "major" work of non-fiction entitled The Growth Delusion by David Pilling.
Charlotte Atyeo, publisher of sports narratives and Wisden at Bloomsbury, will be leaving the company on 18th May after her role was made redundant.... Read more
Had 28-year-old Dutch historian Rutger Bregman pursued his original personal utopia, he would have completed a PhD on some obscure aspect of the history of... Read more
The Folio Prize-winning writer takes a single moment from american history and conjures his spellbinding first full-length fiction
Bloomsbury Children’s Books has bought world rights to a debut YA novel by Mary Watson and one other title ahead of Bologna Children’s Book Fair.... Read more
Actors and producers Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman have acquired the movie rights to Lincoln In The Bardo by George Saunders.... Read more
Bloomsbury has won a “hard-fought” auction for Somebody That I Used to Know by Wendy Mitchell, an NHS worker who was diagnosed with Young-Onset Dementia aged 58.... Read more
Isobel Doster from Bloomsbury Publishing tells us all about her role as assistant editor, children's non-fiction.
Bloomsbury will publish new editions of J K Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone this June to celebrate the book’s 20th anniversary.... Read more