A report commissioned by the Publishers Assocation has found a "strong" economic case to remove VAT from e-publications in the UK... Read more
The Booksellers Association is launching an indie Children’s Book of the Month promotion following on from last year’s Children’s Book of the Season campaign. Read more
Mr B's Emporium in Bath has smashed its original crowdfunding target of £45,000 to expand its premises, with the total raised now exceeding £48,500... Read more
Trainspotting creator Irvine Welsh, Man-Booker shortlisted Robin Robertson and poet Jackie Kay feature alongside emerging talents Mick Kitson and Christina Neuwirth in the shortlists for the... Read more
Simon Mayo has left BBC Radio 2 to concentrate on his writing following a newly inked two-book deal with Transworld, including a contemporary thriller.... Read more
Pan Macmillan will publish Jack Monroe’s fifth book, Tin Can Cook, about using tinned or dried ingredients, inspired by her experience of using food banks.... Read more
Amazon Publishing’s science fiction and fantasy imprint 47North has signed the recent winner of the Arthur C Clarke Award, Anne Charnock, for a further novel, set in the... Read more
Madeline Toy has joined Bath Festivals as head of literature programming.
Simon & Schuster Children’s UK will this Christmas publish a short story about a snow dragon by Abi Elphinstone in picture book format, with illustrations by... Read more
Editor at The Bookseller
Following the Man Booker Prize 2018 winner reveal, Philip Jones reflects on the role and relevance of the prize in today's literary landscape.
Dieting and clean eating appear to be on the wane as a less draconian and more liberated approach to New Year, New You takes hold.
Senior Lecturer at Loughborough University
Clare Hutton discusses how her students have been exploring the Man Booker through their new module From Fan Fiction to YouTube: Navigating the Digital Literary Sphere.
Issue No 5817
Friday, October 19 2018
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