Publishers Amberley, Faber & Faber and Ebury are bringing out titles on the Hillsborough disaster after justice prevailed for the victims and their families 27 years on. ... Read more
Novels by Ann Leckie and Neal Stephenson are amongst the finalists for this year’s science-fiction Hugo Awards.
A novel about Palestinian life in occupation and exile by Rabai al-Madhoun has won the ninth $50,000 International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF).
Little, Brown will release J K Rowling’s screenplay debut Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them this November.
Icon Books has brought forward the publication of 5000-1: The Leicester City Story to Thursday 26th May and will go to print just 48 hours... Read more
Carol Ann Duffy, Tom Holland and Nadiya Hussain are among the names lined up to feature in the second Bradford Literature Festival.
Michael Joseph has revelealed the cover for Jamie Oliver's upcoming book Super Food Family Classics, featuring his wife Jools.
Illustrated publishers have been left “aghast” by the the government’s recent decision to fast-track the implementation of new copyright law and are now discussing the... Read more
The Bookshop Band is to release over 100 book-inspired songs, serialised as 10 albums over the next 10 months.
Quercus Fiction has appointed The Borough Press editorial director Cassie Browne as its new publisher, as current Quercus Fiction publisher Stef Bierwerth has decided to move to Germany.... Read more
Chair of the Society of Authors (SoA), William Horwood, has stepped down from his position on the the Management Committee for "personal reasons".... Read more
Shakespeare was celebrated with a host of events across the country this weekend, marking 400 years since the playwright's death.
Curtis Brown Creative (CBC) is launching its first online creative writing course for "all-comers".
Hardback publisher Everyman’s Library is this year celebrating its 110th anniversary, and the 25th anniversary of its revival under David Campbell, through a partnership with British furniture brand... Read more
The government has given publishers just three months to comply with new legislation which industry figures have warned threatens to decimate illustrated publishing, refusing requests for... Read more
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Issue No 5886
Friday, May 29 2020
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