The Women's Prize for Fiction will host a day of events open to the public in September, including readings with the chair of judges Bernardine Evaristo. ... Read more
Literacy Live will return to the Victorious Festival in Portsmouth next month, with music authors such as Nick Sadler, Martin James and Trevor Miller providing a main... Read more
Lana Hughes has been appointed editorial intern at independent press flipped eye.
Penguin Michael Joseph will publish Stephen Fry's new book about neckwear, Fry's Ties, inspired by his rediscovery of long-forgotten clothing in lockdown.... Read more
Moonflower Publishing, a new independent publisher of commercial fiction, has acquired its first novel Blue Running by American author Lori Ann Stephens, a "timely and topical" novel... Read more
Younger and early to mid-career employees are more likely to struggle with their working from home set-up, a survey conducted by the Oxford-based branches at the... Read more
Farshore will publish an official Winnie-the-Pooh prequel to celebrate the 95th anniversary of A A Milne’s stories, which were originally published in October 1926. ... Read more
Indie publisher Rebellion is launching a limited edition football shirt as part of its campaign for the new Roy of the Rovers book about fictional football... Read more
The Bookseller is to publish a Climate Issue ahead of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), with aim of interrogating what the trade can... Read more
Catherine McCrea is to join the sales team at Michael O’Mara Books, as key account manager.
Lucy Irvine has been promoted to the role of agent at Peters Fraser + Dunlop Literary Agency (PFD).
A third of indie bookshops have had staff self-isolating in the past month, according to a survey by the Booksellers Association (BA).
Chris Whitaker has won the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year with We Begin At The End (Zaffre). Meanwhile, Brian McGilloway's political thriller... Read more
Michael O’Mara Books will publish Head Trauma: The Bruising Diary of a Headteacher by Nick Smith, a "revealing" diary spanning the headteacher’s near 30-year career. ... Read more
Tom Percival's Silas and the Marvellous Misfits will be the second children’s book selected for the Marcus Rashford Book Club, with 50,000 free copies to be distributed in... Read more
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Issue No 5939
Friday, July 23 2021
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