Mireille Harper is leaving Square Peg to join Pan Macmillan’s Bluebird and One Boat imprints as editorial director. Read more
Audiobook and fiction sales soared in the first six months of 2021, according to new data released by the Publishers Association (PA). Read more
This past year has “felt like an interregnum” for many midsize university presses, with both change and uncertainty in the air owing to the ongoing effects of the pandemic. Read more
Russian state oil company Rosneft is discontinuing its remaining claim against HarperCollins over comments made in Catherine Belton's book Putin's People (William Collins).... Read more
Poet and playwright Hannah Jane Walker’s debut on the value of sensitivity has been signed by Aster following her Radio 4 documentary and stage show on... Read more
Sweet Cherry imprint Clock Tower Publishing has acquired M J Sullivan’s YA sci-fi series inspired by gaming and virtual reality.... Read more
Vicky Eribo has been promoted to publisher at Seven Dials and Pippa Wright has stepped up to publisher for Orion Spring.
Canelo has landed a historical fiction saga which navigates the fall out of the Great Sheffield Flood, by debut author Joanne Clague.
John Murray has landed a "blistering account" of Britain's treatment of independent countries in its post-imperial years by Kojo Koram.
Syima Aslam Director of the Bradford Literature Festival
The Bradford Literature Festival was created out of imperatives that were unashamedly simple.
Lizzie Damilola Blackburn Author
Jon Opie Deputy director of Jerwood Arts
Academic Alex Hyde‘s first novel is a lyrical tale about two women named Violet during the Second World War. Read more
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.
The Caribbean continues to inspire Alex Wheatle, who returns to this setting in his latest novel, which is about an irrepressible female pirate.
February is another huge month for paperbacks, with more than 400 titles submitted to me and plenty of fantastic publishing to look out for. I’m particularly excited about Picador’s launch of the...
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Issue No 5952
Friday, November 26 2021
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