A panel of journalists have advised book publicists to continue to push debut writers, despite the "jammed" autumn brought on by lockdown delays. ... Read more
Independent publishers Dead Ink and Influx are launching an imprint, called New Ruins, focused on books that "defy the conventions" of literary and genre fiction. ... Read more
The Creative Industries Federation and Creative England has welcomed the government's new £1.57bn fund to help the arts as "the game changer we need".... Read more
The publication date of Mary Trump's memoir, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, has been brought forward to... Read more
The Publishers Association has announced it will refund three months' worth of membership fees for small publishers, in recognition of the trading difficulties faced during lockdown. ... Read more
Niamh Campbell has been awarded the Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award for her "original and touching" piece "Love Many".
The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire has partnered with the Women Poets' Prize for the 2020 award, as it launches its second year in action.
A New York state judge has ruled that Mary Trump's family exposé may now be published, reversing an earlier decision to issue a temporary restraining... Read more
Publisher Oneworld has said it has made a "robust" response to legal objections from the 48 Group Club concerning its forthcoming book Hidden Hand: How the Chinese... Read more
Dame Hermione Lee has been named the new chair of the David Cohen Prize for Literature.