Richard Johnson is stepping down as group chief executive of Bonnier Publishing with immediate effect, after nine years in the role. Read more
A bumper crop of Britain and Ireland’s best independent bookshops are bucking the market trend, achieving double-digit sales rises in 2017. Read more
Pearson has returned to profit a year after posting its biggest ever loss, at the same time as announcing it is putting its K12 school courseware business up for sale. Read more
William Collins will publish the first book by Cambridge espionage historian Svetlana Lokhova revealing the "greatest pre-war triumph of Stalin’s secret services".
Cassell Illustrated has signed a publishing partnership with BBC Radio 4’s "Today" programme, to publish the programme’s first official book along with two others.... Read more
Author and broadcaster Stephen Fry has revealed he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Transworld has won two books in a new fantasy series at auction.
Lionel Shriver has criticised the "politically correct censorship" in fiction and urged writers to take a stance against it.
Faber & Faber has signed Beeswing: Britain, Folk Rock and the End of the 60s by guitarist and singer-songwriter Richard Thompson.... Read more
Editor at The Bookseller
Philip Jones praises the hard graft, expertise and imagination helping independent bookshops triumph.
May boasts a dizzying lineup of big sellers, not least a new Tom Gates hardback. Liz Pichon’s much-loved series continues to delight; expect this to be another chart-topper. Jacqueline Wilson and...
Associate editor at FutureBook
This Leith-based book club has two unique selling points: a female-only lineup and a focus on unsahamed, inclusive enjoyment.
Issue No 5791
Friday, February 23 2018
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