Children's books account for just 4.9% of review space, despite making up a third of the market, according to data from Books in the Media... Read more
Following an unsettled five years, The Book People’s new c.e.o. Claire Bayliss has arrived with a fresh vision for the company. Read more
Quadrille has scooped the third book by Chidera Eggerue, described as showing women “how to reframe the stale goal of finding a man”. Read more
Black & White Publishing has snapped up Edinburgh-based food and drink reviewer Ailidh Forlan's take on street food.
George RR Martin makes a rare London appearance in this week's pictures round-up, while Robert MacFarlane scoops the 2019 Wainwright Prize and activist Marley Dias... Read more
Turnover for travel publisher Lonely Planet fell by 5% in 2018, while profit before tax increased by 111% on the previous year in a "solid"... Read more
Urbane has signed a memoir from Bafta-winning screenwriter and martial arts teacher Geoff Thompson.
Vertebrate children’s imprint Shrine Bell has snapped up Lily Dyu’s debut children's book.
Weidenfeld & Nicolson has secured two titles exploring poet William Blake’s psyche and his lasting effect on popular culture, ahead of the Tate Britain’s exhibition... Read more
Deputy editor at The Bookseller
Benedicte Page reflects on the changing landscape for high-discount retailing, amid The Book People's recent restructure.
Come November, I can safely say that whatever state we’re in—and whatever community of states we are, or aren’t in—bookshops and, yes, libraries will continue to be peerless treasure troves of...
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 5853
Friday, August 16 2019
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