Tinder Press has landed Kit de Waal’s memoir about growing up in Birmingham in the Sixties and Seventies. Read more
The Guardian's new Saturday magazine, replacing supplements including its dedicated Review books section, has been met with a positive response from publicists... Read more
Members of the Irish and Northern Irish book trade are “scrambling” to deal with paper sourcing. Read more
Educational publishers Macmillan Learning, Cengage Group, Elsevier, McGraw Hill and Pearson have obtained a preliminary injunction against 60 websites that sell illegal, unlicensed copies of e-books. ... Read more
Richard Osman's The Man Who Died Twice (Viking) has claimed the UK Official Top 50 number one spot for a second week running, selling 60,992 copies.... Read more
Romance, crime and science fiction novels are among the five shortlisted books for the £20,000 Kindle Storyteller Award, which this year received a record number... Read more
Former Andersen Press and Templar publisher Libby Hamilton is starting up her own imprint under the Barrington Stoke umbrella, focusing on picture books "with no... Read more
Pavilion Books has acquired Home, the first cookbook from chef Hasan Semay, better known on social media as Big Has.
John Murray senior commissioning editor Becky Walsh has acquired Michelle Gallen's second novel Factory Girls.
Almost one in five working-age adults are disabled, so why does it remain a struggle to find that statistic adequately reflected in modern fiction?... Read more
Kosi Amayo Author and founder of Onwe Press
Activist Judith Heumann’s memoir is an unflinching tale of struggle—and hope Read more
Comedian Rosie Jones has added another string to her bow by authoring a children’s book series—the sort of titles she says she needed as a... Read more
Maud Rowell takes readers on a startling history of sight loss
Holly Smale, bestselling author of the Geek Girl series, discusses how autistic characters, and authors, should no longer be seen as ‘niche’
My final preview of 2021 is, as usual, the smallest of the year. The big seller is sure to be Karen M McManus’ standalone thriller You’ll Be the Death of Me , with the paperback of Dav Pilkey’s Cat...
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Issue No 5943
Friday, September 24 2021
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