Independent publishers based in the north of England explore the problems faced by such presses in a market dominated by London-based corporate publishers in a... Read more
This is going to heal: after 30 weeks in the Weekly E-Book Ranking, Adam Kay’s junior doctor memoir This is Going to Hurt has finally... Read more
Illustrator Neil Gower gives us a glimpse into his process for designing the cover for Clare Best’s The Missing List and explains the challenges distinct... Read more
Gail Honeyman’s Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine has reclaimed the Weekly E-Ranking number one for a 19th non-consecutive week.
Heather Morris' The Tattooist of Auschwitz has re-claimed the Weekly E-Ranking number one for a third week in total, displacing Cara Hunter's In the Dark... Read more
Francis Bickmore discusses Canongate's decision to speed through the publishing process of its recent acquisition Sick, a "remarkably courageous" memoir by Iranian-American author Porochista Khakpour.... Read more
On 8th July, Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient was named the Golden Booker winner; the best novel to have won the prize in its... Read more
Edgy, eclectic and issue-lead books were king at Port Eliot Festival this weekend, which saw 10,000 people descend on the Cornish estate.
The extraordinary sales achieved by adult colouring titles ballooned the crafts sector, which appears to be somewhat realigning to its pre-2015 levels—but there remain surprise... Read more
A recent move into central London has proved a pleasant metaphor for the latter-day development of the literary agency which started life as a script... Read more