A recent reshuffle of United Agents’ rights team, into a non-hierarchical trio that shares an office, has paid off in spades—most notably with its speedy... Read more
The founder of the Scottish indie, twice longlisted for the Man Booker Prize in recent years, discusses the benefits of being disconnected from the publishing... Read more
The German crime fiction author, who has urged writers to maintain cultural ties in the wake of Brexit, discusses her Hamburg heroine Chastity Riley.... Read more
Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt is the Weekly E-Book Ranking number one for a ninth time.
Celebrating its centenary this year, the literary agency is reaping the benefits of estates and e-books, and blossoming with its small but powerful team of... Read more
A year after going into liquidation, digital indie Endeavour Media (the new iteration of Endeavour Press) is "sailing on as before" and now has its... Read more
As one comedian-turned-author soars to the top of the print charts, another makes himself comfortable in the Weekly E-Book Ranking, for an eighth non-consecutive week.... Read more
Longtime Penguin art director John Hamilton passed away in February, at the age of 55. Eight colleagues and collaborators share their memories of him.
Ahead of this year’s London Book Fair, at which Indonesia will be the Market Focus country, the nation’s burgeoning book trade already looks to have... Read more
It was at LBF 2015 that Karin Slaughter became the marquee name in HarperCollins’ global scheme. Four years on, she returns to the scene of... Read more