Bonnier Books UK has promoted Helen Wicks to executive director for children’s trade and Elise Burns to group sales, marketing and PR director. Read more
HarperCollins global revenues fell 4.4% in the financial year ending 30th June. Read more
The Society of Authors is launching a fundraising drive to help top up its Authors’ Contingency Fund. Read more
Amanda Reynolds' debut novel Close to Me (Wildfire) is to become a six-episode series for Channel 4 and Viaplay, starring Christopher Eccleston and Connie Nielsen. ... Read more
The chairman of the editorial board of A-Level Law Review, Ian Yule, has quit his role after an article he wrote for the education magazine was heavily edited and put through... Read more
Faber is to publish writer and performer Kae Tempest's first work of non-fiction this autumn.
Hodder & Stoughton has acquired Liv's Alone by Liv Thorne, an "honest and hopeful memoir that captures the joy and the challenge that is parenting alone by choice".... Read more
A new independent political press, run by and for people of colour, is to focus on tackling institutional racism in the industry. ... Read more
Betty Rowlands, dubbed the “queen of cosy crime” by publisher Bookouture, has died at the age of 96.
Mark Thornton Mentor at Unwin Charitable Trust
The Zoom call was going well. I liked the technology on show, and I felt bookshops could definitely benefit from using it. It provided a... Read more
Hamza Jahanzeb Marketing executive at Icon Books
Lachlan Brown Founder of Best By The Numbers
Zoey Dixon Librarian at Lambeth Libraries
Melissa Cummings-Quarry Co-founder of Black Girls Book Club
Daisy Johnson’s latest novel revolves around an intense sibling relationship and the horrors that lie within Read more
Award-winning Robin Stevens reflects on closing her Murder Most Unladylike series with its ninth adventure
Not all heroes wear capes but Sophy Henn's newest protagonist, Pizazz, certaibly does... and it is glittery.
One of the busiest periods in Christine Dwyer Hickey’s career was meant to have been this April and May, with 31 events scheduled to celebrate... Read more
It feels like paperback publication is picking up again this month, and books are shifting around a little less: there are a host of sure-fire hits here, with the likes of Sophie Kinsella, James...
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Issue No 5894
Friday, July 24 2020
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