HarperCollins has unveiled 12 book jackets for Unrivaled by Alison Noel, one of the authors in its global publishing program. The company revealed the the... Read more
Kirstin Innes' "acclaimed" debut novel about sex workers in Glasgow, Fishnet, has been awarded the Guardian's Not the Booker Prize.... Read more
Atlantic Books has three titles on the shortlist for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction 2015, which celebrates the best in non-fiction writing. The shortlisted... Read more
Margaret Mountford, Elif Shafak, Naga Munchetty, Laurie Penny, and Tracey Thorn will judge The Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction 2016.
Independent publisher Elsewhen Press is releasing a novel/graphic novel hybrid, An Android Awakes.
Publishers are kicking off 2016 with débuts they hope to launch as the next big thing.
New imprint Penguin Life is set to publish a new title by Ruby Wax - A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled. Wax's title, to... Read more
The V&A is partnering with Penguin Random House Children’s UK and Thames & Hudson to develop and expand its publishing activity. The first co-published titles... Read more
National Poetry Day marks its 21st year today (Thursday 8th October), backed by celebrity support. To celebrate the occasion, digital sharing project Make Like a Poet has... Read more
Belarusian writer Svetlana Alexievich, 67, has won the Nobel Prize in Literature. The chair of the Swedish Academy, Sara Danius, said her polyphonic writings were "a monument to suffering... Read more
Bonnier in Sweden is working on a new online e-book and audiobook subscription service called Bookbeat, with the aim of rolling out the future digital consumer... Read more
Independent poetry publishers Anvil Press Poetry and Carcanet Press are merging operations to publish from Manchester “the most diverse world poetry list in the United Kingdom”.... Read more
The Book People has produced a new video to show how far it’s come since it was founded in 1988. The business, which saw revenues down... Read more
Hundreds of books will be released today as the publishing industry marks Super Thursday. Here, The Bookseller's previewers - Cathy Rentzenbrink on original fiction, Caroline... Read more
Iran has threatened to boycott 2015's Frankfurt Book Fair taking place next week (14th-18th October), due to organisers’ selection of Salman Rushdie as a keynote speaker. Rushdie... Read more
Issue No 5866
Friday, December 6 2019
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