The Publishers Association (PA) has launched a new pledge that invites publishers to set sustainability targets across their operations and supply chains. Read more
Faber has reported another "exceptionally good year", with turnover coming in at £23.4m for the year ending 31st March 2021... Read more
Penguin Random House (PRH) has become the first UK publisher to share its pay gaps for disability, sexual orientation and socio-economic background. Read more
Patrick Radden Keefe, Cal Flyn and Lea Ypi are among the six shortlisted authors for this year's £50,000 Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction.
The literary estate of Iain Banks has moved its representation to the Curtis Brown Group from the Mic Cheetham Agency with a screen deal already secured.... Read more
Liz Nugent, Rónán Hession and Chris Haughton are among authors who will be headlining Irish Book Week, which is running as a hybrid event across... Read more
Springer Nature is joining the Business Ambition for 1.5°C campaign, a call-to-action for companies to set emissions reduction targets that can collectively limit global temperature... Read more
Coronet has signed Yerba Buena, the debut adult novel from the Printz award-winning YA writer Nina LaCour.
Raven Books has landed The Consultant by Im Seong-Sun, a novel about a murder-planning consultant, translated by An Seon Jae.... Read more
Those who market and publicise books on climate change for children can make a vast difference by keeping messaging positive—and by collaborating.
Molly Flatt and Caroline Sanderson
Sarah Shaw Editorial and marketing assistant at Fairlight Books
Nelle Andrew Agent at RML
Vanessa Nakate’s manifesto for change is a wake-up call that will redefine the debate on climate change Read more
What on Earth Books’ Christopher Lloyd has gathered illustrators from around the world for a vibrant call-to-arms for children
Sequoia Nagamatsu’s bold first novel imagines how future humans might grapple with the fallout from climate change
The latest book by award-winning non-fiction writer Thomas Harding is a searing account of an 1823 uprising that changed the discourse around slavery
Happy New Year! A relatively quiet month for big names gives new talent a chance to shine in January. Lesley Parr follows her excellent début, The Valley of Lost Secrets , with a second historical...
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Issue No 5947
Friday, October 15 2021
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