Penguin Random House is marking its fifth anniversary since the merger that formed the publisher in 2013. Its global c.e.o. Markus Dohle discusses its achievements,... Read more
As Feminist Book Fortnight draws to a close, we spoke to debut author Sophie Mackintosh, whose devastating dystopian novel The Water Cure (Hamish Hamilton) has drawn comparisons to Margaret... Read more
Judith Kerr celebrates turning 95 in this week's pictures round-up, while Five Leaves Bookshop brings back Feminist Book Fortnight and Nobrow teams up with The... Read more
For a 16th week, Gail Honeyman's Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine is the Weekly E-Book Ranking number one.
One of the stalwarts of the illustrated publishing scene has rallied collaborators to contribute to its 10th annual, marking a decade in publishing.
Charlotte Eyre talks to Geraldine McCaughrean, who this week picked up the Carnegie Medal for a second time, and illustrator Sydney Smith, who claimed the... Read more
Increasing pressure on sales and costs together with fewer customers on the shopfloor has created a challenging bookselling environment in Germany.
Sue Mayes tells us all about her role as project editor at Imagine That Group Ltd.
Print sales in the schools sector are at an all-time high, but bookselling is not without its challenges in such a buoyant market. ... Read more
Lots of authors, lots of politics, lots of attempts at luring more booksellers—these characterised BookExpo 2018, held in New York last week.