Sir Elton John has finally revealed the title and cover of his first autobiography, Me, to be released in October.
E L James will appear at Chelsea Old Town Hall to celebrate the publication of her upcoming novel The Mister.
Children’s author Katherine Rundell steals the show with her new novel, a pacy tale about a well intentioned heist.
Figures from the publishing industry including Axel Scheffler and Julia Donaldson joined over one million other protesters at Saturday’s march in London.... Read more
Headline has joined forces with travel firm Thomas Cook to launch a holiday reading book club scheme.
All eight shortlists for The British Book Awards' Books of the Year have been announced, with a strong focus on international writers including Michelle Obama, Michael... Read more
The Boy at the Back of the Class by Onjali Q. Raúf (Hachette Children’s Books) is the winner of this year’s overall £5,000 Waterstones Children’s Book... Read more
The Ink Factory has snapped up film and television rights to The Plotters (Fourth Estate) by Un Su Kim. ... Read more
British musician Stormzy is joining the cast of the BBC One adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s YA novel Noughts & Crosses (Penguin Random House Children's).... Read more
Hay Festival has unveiled a major rebrand ahead of this year’s festival, as director Peter Florence hints the 2019 line-up will have a European feel. ... Read more
Gingko is publishing two books marking the 200th anniversary of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s great poem sequence the West-Eastern Divan, including the work’s first complete... Read more
Eugenie Furniss is leaving the agency she founded to join management and production company 42 as a literary agent.
Hodder crime and fiction publisher Ruth Tross is joining Bookouture as a publishing director while Claire Bord will start commissioning the digital imprint’s first non-fiction... Read more
Elly McCausland and Dan Saladino have won the Jane Grigson Trust prize, marking the first time the judges have decided to award the prize to two shortlisted... Read more
In a new research project, new books by men were found to receive 12% more broadsheet review coverage than those of their female counterparts.
Issue No 5835
Friday, March 22 2019
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