Print sales in the schools sector are at an all-time high, but bookselling is not without its challenges in such a buoyant market. Read more
Lionel Shriver has hit back against accusations of racism following the fallout from her controversial column that branded PRH "drunk on virtue" for its diversity drive... Read more
Amor Towles, Geraldine McCaughrean, Nicola Davies and Emily Sutton have been named the winners of the Independent Bookshop Week Book Awards. Read more
Jane Shemilt’s third novel, How Far We Fall (Michael Joseph), has been snapped up for development as a TV drama by production company Twelve Town.... Read more
Canongate is to mark the global publication of filmmaker David Lynch’s "highly anticipated" memoir, Room to Dream, with a marathon "Twin Peaks" viewing session.... Read more
Trapeze has signed the debut novel of Sunday Times journalist Leaf Arbuthnot.
Lagom, the imprint from Bonnier Publishing's King's Road, has signed a new fitness title by Daniel Wheeler, star of Channel 4’s "Super Slimmers".... Read more
Scribe is to publish Notes From A Public Typewriter to coincide with Independent Bookshop Week in June 2019.
DK is to publish the debut book by 19-year-old "horticultural sensation" Huw Richards in March 2019.
Editor at The Bookseller
Philip Jones addresses Lionel Shriver's comments about Penguin Random House's diversity drive and the rise of morality clauses in author contracts.
Brace yourself for the busiest month of the year in children’s publishing, led by a starry list of top sellers that includes the paperback of La Belle Sauvage , Cressida Cowell’s Twice Magic , a new...
Associate editor at FutureBook
Regular readers of FutureBook will have noticed book subscription boxes crop up, er, rather a lot on the site over the past few months. Last... Read more
Issue No 5784
Friday, June 15 2018
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