Former Waterstones staffer Alice Slater’s debut thriller, Death of a Bookseller, has gone to Hodder & Stoughton in a three-way auction. ... Read more
Cassell Illustrated will publish a 25th anniversary book on the inside story of the landmark Oasis gigs at Knebworth.
Penguin Random House has opened applications for The Scheme 2021, its traineeship to find talent from under-represented groups in publishing, and extended it into sales... Read more
Boldwood has appointed Claire Fenby from One More Chapter as digital marketing manager and signed three gangland thriller authors to its list.
Five years after the comedian's death, Trapeze is to publish previously unseen writing by Victoria Wood, discovered by writer Jasper Rees while he was researching her biography. ... Read more
The Duchess of Cornwall has revealed four more titles for her Reading Room book club, with novels from Philip Pullman, Amor Towles, Edna O'Brien and... Read more
The Hay Festival has revealed its free digital programme for this summer's edition with authors including Ali Smith, Lemn Sissay, Jon McGregor and Brit Bennett... Read more
David & Charles Ltd, bought out from the bankruptcy of F+W Media Inc, has reported revenues of more than £5m in its first 18 months... Read more
Sceptre will publish “an optimistic vision" of the future after Covid-19, Rescue: From Global Crisis to a Better World, by leading professor of globalisation, Ian Goldin... Read more
Weidenfeld & Nicolson has pre-empted a debut from Iowa Writers' Workshop graduate Sarah Thankam Mathews.
Six indie publishers have made the 10-strong longlist for this year's £10,000 Desmond Elliott Prize, including a first ever nomination for Unbound.
Ken Follett has revealed his new novel Never is a thriller set in the modern day, featuring a female US President and a global crisis that threatens... Read more
The 2021 Crime Writers' Association (CWA) Dagger awards longlists have been revealed with J K Rowling, Ian Rankin, John Banville and Stuart Turton among the... Read more
The Madeleine Milburn Literary Agency is running another six-month writing mentorship programme to champion new voices.
Kitty Edwards and Cathy Cole have been crowned winners of the inaugural Owned Voices Novel Award for writers from underrepresented backgrounds.
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Issue No 5925
Friday, April 16 2021
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