Viking has won a nine-way auction to publish Brixton-based youth worker Ciaran Thapar’s non-fiction debut. Read more
Caitlin Moran and Peter James are among the authors on Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan's latest Book Club summer selections... Read more
Crime writer Ann Cleeves has said the loss of the once-reliable library market is stopping publishers from taking risks on more adventurous writing. Read more
The Booksellers Association is calling on the trade to reduce its environmental impact and take the lead in sustainability and eco-friendly initiatives as it reveals... Read more
Crowdfunding publisher Unbound has launched YouTuber Jack Maynard's memoir and guide to living online.
Penguin Random House US has finalised the deal to buy the US book-publishing assets of F+W Books.
Not-for-profit firm Jisc has launched three "next generation" library services for the higher education sector, including one that makes academic collections visible through web searches.... Read more
The History Press has scooped an "enthralling" book by Daniel Smith on how establishment forces reportedly tried to suppress a story about Lord Boothby and Ronnie... Read more
Around 150 firefighters tackled a blaze at an east London shopping centre, which includes the Walthamstow branch of Waterstones, this morning (22nd July), as police declared a major incident.... Read more
Editor at The Bookseller
The best publishers, authors, booksellers and readers are trangressors, says Philip Jones.
This month’s highlights make collectively fine work of reminding us that the story of migration to our shores is one of centuries of contribution to the richness of our heritage. There’s Meera Sodha’...
Founder and c.e.o. at Fabled
Laura Hamm, founder of Fabled, explains why she took the self-publishing platform from a web app into a print book format.
Issue No 5851
Friday, July 19 2019
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