Frances Pinter remembers Hungarian publisher Istvan Bart, who has died in Budapest at the age of 75.
Adam Kay’s 15-week Weekly E-Book Ranking number one This is Going to Hurt has returned to the top spot for a sweet 16th, seven weeks... Read more
The nine shortlistees for the Library of the Year Award 2019 come from across the UK and span various modes of operating, but books remain... Read more
The 321-year-old Christian charity has turned from missionary work, to education, bookselling and publishing, and its c.e.o. is backing a digital future. ... Read more
Cressida Cowell has been named the new Waterstones Children’s Laureate and she has set out a 10-point plan to boost reading for pleasure and creativity.... Read more
Michael Morpurgo will publish a book this September about a young Afghan refugee, inspired by Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels.
Jean Moorcroft Wilson pays tribute to her husband — the publisher, editor and writer Cecil Woolf.
The nation has clearly been waiting for a new Jackson Brodie title—Kate Atkinson’s long-awaited follow-up to 2010’s Started Early, Took My Dog has seared into... Read more
Cambridge University Press c.e.o. Peter Phillips has taken up the reins at the Publishers Association as the industry faces challenges over the fallout from Brexit... Read more
Man Booker Prize shortlisted author Chigozie Obioma will be headlining the Africa Writes Festival taking place at the British Library this weekend. We speak to... Read more