The History Press has returned to profitability following a management buyout of the publisher. Read more
Vida’s latest survey of gender bias in literary criticism has revealed less than half of publications achieved gender equality. Read more
David Walliams and Tony Ross’ The World’s Worst Children 3 has scored a third straight week in the UK Official Top 50 number one spot. Read more
The Bookseller is calling on readers, authors, agents, publishers and the general public to sign a petition urging the government to give bookshops the same business rate discount... Read more
The Bristol Mayor has reportedly reversed a decision on cuts which would have seen 17 of the city’s 27 libraries closed.
Hachette has scooped five nominations for the McIlvanney Prize Scottish crime book of the year, with HarperCollins securing three nods.
A group of US authors has raised more than $102,000 (£77,500) to help children in detention camps.
The University of Salford has struck a partnership with learning resources provider Aspire Engage, a division of JS Group.
The Mainstreet Trading Company is celebrating its 10th birthday by selecting 10 books to represent its history.
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...
Co-founder at Prolifiko
Last week, a banker called publishing a ‘mad way to do business’. So how can publishers decrease risk and increase sales? Bec Evans explores a lean startup approach.
Issue No 5784
Friday, June 15 2018
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