Holtzbrinck's chief executive Stefan von Holtzbrinck has told staff that he took the decision for c.e.o. John Sargent to depart.
The Westbourne Press is to publish Joelle Taylor's poetry collection Cunto and Other Poems next summer.
Tributes have been paid to “amazing” fantasy author Terry Goodkind, best known for the 17-volume Sword of Truth series, after he passed away aged 72.... Read more
Octopus imprint Kyle Books has acquired Asian Green: Everyday Plant‐based Recipes Inspired by the East by Taiwanese chef Ching‐He Huang.... Read more
Dublin-based indie Lilliput Press will publish The Ballad of Lord Edward and Citizen Small by Neil Jordan, a novel inspired by the life of Irish aristocrat and revolutionary Lord... Read more
This November Chatto & Windus will publish a collection of lockdown stories and experiences from BBC Radio 4’s "PM", with a foreword from the programme's presenter Evan Davis.... Read more
Sphere has acquired a book in which the author tells the story of her own investigation into the long-unsolved murder of her stepsister. ... Read more
Octopus has struck a two-book deal with global fitness entrepreneur Krissy Cela to publish on the Aster imprint.
Trapeze has acquired a new poetry collection from Nikita Gill, titled Where Hope Comes From, written in response to the global crisis.... Read more
Pushkin Press imprint One is to publish Dust off the Bones, the latest thriller by Paul Howarth, next summer. ... Read more
Head of Zeus children's imprint Zephyr will publish Extinct, a new eight-book series from TV scientist and author Professor Ben Garrod.
Candlewick Press, a US imprint of the Walker Book Group, has acquired global rights to The Beatryce Prophecy, the first collaboration from author Kate DiCamillo... Read more
Audible is among four new partners joining with the Times and Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival to deliver the charity's "hybrid" event this year. ... Read more
Allen Lane will publish Emma Dabiri's What White People Can Do Next, an "essential and practical guide that urges a movement from allyship to coalition". ... Read more
Dinah Jefferies is moving from Penguin to HarperCollins for a trilogy of novels based around three sisters in wartime Europe.
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Issue No 5899
Friday, September 18 2020
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