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LBF moves to June 2021, Ventris made director

The London Book Fair is to take place from 29th June to 1st July 2021, it has been confirmed. It comes as Andy Ventris is named the... Read more

PRH and HC win at Audio Production Awards

Penguin Random House and HarperCollins have both scooped prizes at this year's Audio Production Awards. Read more

Styles wins Little, Brown UEA Crime Fiction Award

Emma Styles has won the Little, Brown UEA Crime Fiction Award 2020 for her novel, No Country for Girls. Read more

Porter made publisher at Notting Hill Editions

Rosalind Porter has been appointed publisher of Notting Hill Editions.  Read more

Star names feature on multi-format storytelling platform Alexander

A multi-format storytelling platform, featuring the work of authors including Colum McCann and Chigozie Obioma, and audio performers including Helena Bonham-Carter and David Tennant, has launched... Read more

Foreign rights agency Books Everywhere expands under lockdown

A foreign rights consultancy agency launched during the first UK lockdown has managed to expand during the second. Read more

CBC launches Breakthrough Writers' Programme

The Curtis Brown Creative Writing school is launching a Breakthrough Writers’ Programme, which features fully funded courses, mentoring and scholarships for underrepresented writers. ... Read more

David Roche launches coaching service

Retail and publishing expert David Roche is launching a mentoring and coaching service through his company David Roche Enterprises. Read more

Audible bows to pressure and changes returns policy

Audible has announced changes to its returns policy, following an open letter signed by over 10,000 authors and industry representatives demanding that it do so. ... Read more

Authors Guild demands changes to Audible's returns policy

US writers' body The Authors Guild has sent an open letter to Audible, demanding the company make changes to its policy on returns. Read more

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