Headline put on a second sell-out Rooftop Book Club last night, featuring authors Monica Wood and Maggie O'Farrell, as part of its direct-to-consumer strategy and... Read more
Johanna Basford is set to publish two new colouring books in 2016 with Virgin Books, a division of Ebury at Penguin Random House UK.... Read more
BBC Books has reissued seven classic Doctor Who novelisations from the original range by Target Books.
The director general of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) has been confirmed to speak to senior international publishers at the 31st International Publishers Congress.... Read more
Penguin Random House is to bring out the latest in its Ladybird Books for Grown-Ups series, How it Works: The Mum.... Read more
Journalist Laurence Blair, 24, has won the £1,000 2015 Bodley Head FT Essay Prize for "150 Years of Solitude: Bolivia’s Dreams of the Sea".... Read more
Four Graham Greene novels are to be dramatised for BBC Radio 4, as 2016 marks 25 years since the author's death.
Romance fiction publisher Mills & Boon is entering the adult colouring book market with a new book,The Art of Romance.
Cambridge University Press is cutting 45 editorial and production roles out of its English Language Teaching division in Cambridge, asking staff to move to "other Press publishing centres outside the UK".... Read more
The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge, published by Macmillan Children's Books, has been crowned the surprise winner of the £30,000 2015 Costa Book of the Year: the first... Read more
The appeal of the psychological thriller shows no sign of waning, according to publishers predicting the trends for 2016, following The Girl on the Train's ride to success... Read more
Simon and Schuster will publish a "unique and personal biographical critique" of the late David Bowie, by the arts and music commentator Paul Morley.... Read more
Novelist William Horwood will be the new chair of the Society of Authors' (SoA) Management Committee.
Matt Phillips is joining Blink Publishing to lead a new sports imprint, after 12 years at Penguin/Random House.
Editors predicting 2016's trends for non-fiction have been left guessing after "unpredictable" successes Norwegian Wood by Lars Mytting (MacLehose Press) and the Ladybird Books for... Read more
Issue No 5874
Friday, February 21 2020
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