Viking is expanding its fiction publishing programme and has bolstered its team by promoting Katy Loftus to publisher Read more
World Book Night will expand its audiobook offering in 2020, after a successful pilot with John Green’s Turtles All the Way Down in 2019 Read more
Début children's book The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse is proving a hit with independents in the run up to Christmas... Read more
Faber will publish a book from Bob Geldof, Tales of Boomtown Glory, which it describes as “the musical life and times of one of our most powerful... Read more
David Walliams and Tony Ross remain at the summit
Bloomsbury has bought London-based theatre publisher Oberon Books in a £1.2m deal.
A judge of the Saltire Society Scottish Fiction Book of the Year prize has stood down over the choice of its winner, claiming other jury members had not read... Read more
Fifty-seven books in 10 awards categories have been shortlisted for the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards (full listings below), with Vivien Godfrey, chairman and chief... Read more
Author and You Magazine books editor Kate Figes has died from cancer at the age of 62. Figes wrote two novels and six works of... Read more
Editor at The Bookseller
Could the general election knock the book trade's Christmas spirit?
Publishers have loaded their schedules to ensure titles are on bookshop shelves for the key World Book Day sales period in the early spring, with something for everyone.
Co-founder at Prolifiko
Whittling down the entrants to a shortlist of five start-ups to pitch at FutureBook Live proved a tough task—so much so that an additional firm made the cut this year.
Issue No 5866
Friday, December 6 2019
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