Simon & Schuster (S&S) is gearing up to release an e-book version of the Mueller Report, with print copies hitting the shelves by the end... Read more
Penguin Random House in the US has launched a 'Reader Rewards Loyalty Program', a free promotional initiative that lets readers earn one free book for... Read more
HarperCollins Publishers and the London-based broadcasting network Wireless are partnering on a true crime podcast based on Murder in the Graveyard, a new book by British... Read more
Octopus imprint Cassell has bagged a revealing new book from England’s "greatest ever bowler" Jimmy Anderson.
Authors and illustrators including Catherine Johnson, Sarah McIntyre and Nadine Kaadaan have been shortlisted for this year’s Little Rebels Award, which is for children’s fiction... Read more
Victor Hugo’s classic novel The Hunchback of Notre-Dame has jumped to the top of Amazon France’s bestseller list following the cathedral’s devastating fire.... Read more
Pop Up Projects, a not-for-profit children’s literature agency, has received £300,000 to launch a talent development programme for illustrators of colour.
Bonnier Books UK senior marketing manager Clarissa Pabi is moving to Acast to become the podcast company’s UK content manager.
Oliver Jeffers’ next book, due for release by HarperCollins Children’s Books in September, will be a modern-day fable for readers of all ages.... Read more
The Crime Writers’ Association has elected Victorian crime specialist Linda Stratmann as its new chair.
HarperCollins imprint 4th Estate has revealed it will publish Demi Moore’s "deeply candid and insightful" memoir Inside Out in September—almost a decade after buying it.... Read more
Virago Press has bought Melatu Uche Okorie’s "unique and distinctive" stories of migrant women, from Irish indie publisher Skein Press.
Trapeze has included film-style closing credits for its publishing team in hit new book Queenie and plans to roll out the idea across other titles.... Read more
The six-book shortlist for this year’s Royal Society of Literature (RSL) Ondaatje Prize has been revealed, with non-fiction dominating the nominations.
Seven Stories c.e.o. Kate Edwards is stepping down from her role at the centre after 12 years.
Issue No 5838
Friday, April 19 2019
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