Seni Glaister (pictured below), the co-founder and former chief executive of The Book People, is to return to the book business in 2022 with the launch of the Litalist. Read more
Is Superman Circumcised? has cut through the competition to claim the 2021 Diagram Prize for Oddest Book of the Year, earning a 51% share of the public vote. Read more
Twenty-three people have been included in The Bookseller's Bookshop Heroes class of 2021, a list of some of the best individual booksellers in the UK and Ireland... Read more
Authors including Howard Jacobson, novelist and comedian Isy Suttie and cookbook writer and cultural anthropologist Claudia Roden are among the line-up for Jewish Book Week,... Read more
Sphere has netted Mark Billingham’s first new series for more than 20 years.
Charo Press is to publish Jeferson Tenório's "forceful and timely" novel The Flipside of Skin, which has just been named the 2021 winner of Brazil's most... Read more
The Northern Writers’ Awards has opened for submissions with a chance to win a share of £40,000 in development opportunities as former winner Benjamin Myers (pictured) launches a... Read more
Christie J Newport has won the inaugural Joffe Books Prize for Crime Writers of Colour with the "enormously promising" first instalment in a police procedural... Read more
Unbound is reprinting 70,000 copies of Cain's Jawbone, as the literary mystery by Edward Powys Mathers continues to prove a TikTok sensation and bookshops experience... Read more
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It might seem odd for a magazine called The Bookseller to have a dedicated issue for “booksellers”, but this week’s issue is a dedicated one... Read more
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For her first title with Farshore, Jennifer Killick has conjured an exciting, chilling tale of friendship. Read more
Academic Alex Hyde‘s first novel is a lyrical tale about two women named Violet during the Second World War.
The second novel by acclaimed poet Luke Kennard is a sharply observed and often comic tale of dangerous midlife liaisons.
Writer Christina Patterson returns with a memoir about family, mental illness, cake and fortitude.
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Issue No 5953
Friday, December 3 2021
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