Jonathan Safran Foer's first novel for 10 years will be published on both sides of the Atlantic in September next year.
Penguin has been wishing shoppers "seasons readings" with book giveaways in Manchester and London as part of a new Christmas campaign.
BBC Books is to publish Mary Berry’s Foolproof Cooking as a TV tie-in.
Chilean-American playwright and novelist Ariel Dorfman has published a short story he first began on his wedding day 50 years ago in the Index on... Read more
Pearson has defended itself after an article in the Telegraph reported that a number of top universities, including Imperial College London, were "purging" Pearson materials... Read more
The Publishers Association has written a letter to the UK Intellectual Property Office over the "irrational" speed in which "rushed" legislative changes affecting the future of design publishing in the UK are being... Read more
Little, Brown chairman Ursula Mackenzie has won the Pandora Award - Women in Publishing’s award for "significant and sustained contribution to the publishing industry".... Read more
In our third annual Best of the Best round-up, The Bookseller takes a broad look at which titles are gathering consistent mentions as highlights of... Read more
Presenter of the BBC's weekly "Meet the Author" programme, Nick Higham is leaving the show after six years at the show's helm on the BBC News Channel.... Read more
Toby Mundy has been made the chair of Wimbledon BookFest for 2016, after the current chair and co-founder Tony Kane has stepped down.... Read more
Richard Mollet, c.e.o of The Publishers Association, has said it is a “relief” to see the European Commission “beginning to appreciate the need to move... Read more
David Wolfson has assumed the additional role of open market leader for both HarperCollins US and HarperCollins UK, giving him global responsibility for directing sales... Read more
Pan Macmillan is launching its first online Christmas TV advertising campaign with the message “there is no better gift to give than a book”.... Read more
Tributes have been paid to Scottish crime novelist William McIlvanney, who has died.
Independent publisher Book Ex Machina will release the fourth edition of its Matchbook Stories, featuring narratives by Ali Smith and Etgar Keret, in February.... Read more
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Issue No 5892
Friday, July 10 2020
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