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Bonnier: don’t give us the third degree

Bonnier Publishing's c.e.o. Richard Johnson on why he thinks that having a university degree should not be a pre-requisite for working in publishing.  ... Read more

Flower-pressed plants feature in Templar debut

Big Picture Press, an imprint of Templar Publishing, has acquired A Year in the Wild, a debut non-fiction title by illustrator Helen Ahpornsiri using nothing but... Read more

Bonnier Publishing in Be Cool Be Nice partnership

Studio Press, part of Bonnier Publishing, is releasing the official Be Cool Be Nice book in partnership with the global anti-cyber bullying movement of the... Read more

From music to publishing

Paul Baxter talks about his journey from a career in music into publishing as contracts and royalties manager for Bonnier Publishing. Read more

Paul Gregory appointed c.e.o. of Igloo Books Group

Bonnier Publishing UK has appointed Paul Gregory, former president and c.o.o. of Parragon, as the new chief executive of Igloo Books Group.... Read more

Restrictions on EU workers' rights 'a major concern', says trade

Trade figures have said restrictions on the rights of European Union citizens and their families in the UK could be detrimental to the industry, following further detail from prime... Read more

Kings Road launches 'leftfield' non-fiction imprint 535

Kings Road Publishing is launching a new non-fiction imprint this autumn called 535, hoping to turn "leftfield ideas" into bestsellers. Read more

Totally Entwined launches e-store and self-publishing platform

Bonnier Publishing UK's Totally Entwined Group has launched a romance e-store and self-publishing platform called First For Romance. Read more

Bonnier Zaffre poaches Wilbur Smith in eight-figure deal

Bonnier Zaffre has poached author Wilbur Smith from HarperCollins in an eight-figure sterling deal, described as "one of the biggest in publishing history" by Bonnier Publishing... Read more

Publishers welcome PRH pledge to pay work experience participants

Other publishers have welcomed Penguin Random House's new stance on paying work experience participants, after it pledged to pay the National Living Wage to 450 candidates every year.... Read more

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