Welcome back to The Bookseller's pick of the best book cover designs of the month, last seen in February 2018. It's been a while,... Read more
Atwood Tate's Lynne Willoughby explains how the company is supporting the government's Kickstart Scheme, and why publishers should too.
The life story of Alex Wheatle is the focus of a Small Axe film on BBC1 on Sunday night (6th December), created by Steve McQueen, and the... Read more
An Unbound link-up for a new anthology of writers from the margins could put indie Inkandescent on the map
One of MIT Press’ big titles for 2021 is a graphic novel spy adventure based around a secret society formed by Marie Curie. Its co-creator Heather... Read more
The pandemic has put the kibosh on innumerable events this year, one of which was a big 50th anniversary bash for the Open University Press... Read more
For many in the university press sector, the pandemic’s impact on digital working practices and consumption patterns have hastened plans to transition—and a number are... Read more
Author Rob Parker gives The Bookseller into his career.
Senior industry figures share their advice for people wanting to work in academic publishing at the moment.
It’s hogged the headlines across the globe for a fortnight, with accusations of foul play and ballot tampering, but the Diagram Prize remains on track.... Read more