Indie publisher Fairacre Press is to publish a new collection of poems born out of the "collective rage" of the #MeToo campaign.
Quarto is launching a brand for the "smart thinking" market called Build+Become and plans to roll out a new book series of the same name.... Read more
Macmillan is celebrating 175 years of publishing in 2018 with an initiative for independent booksellers, roundtable events and the reissue of "one of the most... Read more
Irish novelist Edna O'Brien has been awarded the PEN/Nabokov Award for Achievement in International Literature for her "powerful voice" and the "absolute perfection of her... Read more
Hodder’s Louise Swannell and Pan Macmillan’s Dusty Miller have been recognised for their “standout” campaigns for Erin Kelly’s He Said/ She Said and Adam Kay’s junior... Read more
Author and journalist Michael Wolff is coming to the UK this month to promote Fire and Fury (Little, Brown), the bestselling exposé that caused a presidential melt-down... Read more
The €20,000 EBRD Literature Prize, launched by the British Council and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, has revealed its inaugural shortlist, including titles... Read more
Sir Patrick Stewart is to headline the Huddersfield Literature Festival this year, which is taking place from the 8th to the 18th March.
A wave of “empowering” books supporting current conversations around feminism are set to hit the market this year.
Sales of J K Rowling’s Harry Potter books have exceeded 500 million worldwide, according to Bloomsbury.
The late Helen Dunmore has been awarded the Costa Book of the Year award posthumously for her "life affirming" tenth and final collection, Inside the Wave (Bloodaxe... Read more
Kiran Millwood Hargrave and Reni Eddo-Lodge are some of the authors in the running for the Jhalak Prize for Book of the Year by a... Read more
Fiammetta Rocco, culture correspondent at the Economist, culture editor at magazine 1843 and administrator of the Man Booker International Prize, will be chairing the judges of... Read more
Globe-spanning settings, 19th century heroines and the complexities of motherhood are some of the most prominent themes in the books selected for the new W H Smith Fresh... Read more
Society of Authors’ president Philip Pullman has presented Sarah Woods with the Tinniswood Award and Adam Usden with the Imison Award at the BBC’s Audio Drama Awards.... Read more
Issue No 5790
Friday, February 16 2018
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