Pan Macmillan has launched a new hardback classics imprint: Macmillan Collector’s Library.
Sphere has promoted "two outstanding editorial talents", Lucy Malagoni and Manpreet Grewal, with immediate effect.
The International Dylan Thomas Prize 2016 longlist has been revealed, including two books that were shortlisted for the 2015 Man Booker Prize.
BBC Books is expanding and diversifying its Doctor Who offering with a broad range of publications scheduled for 2016.
Pearson is to axe 4,000 jobs by the middle of this year in a bid to cut further costs.
Portfolio, the business books imprint at Penguin Random House, has hired a new editor "to continue its growth".
The publicity campaigns for Mary Beard's SPQR (Profile), The Loney by Andrew Michael Hurley (John Murray), the Ladybird Books for Grown-Ups series, and The Gollancz Festival 2015 are all... Read more
The Duchess of Cornwall has been announced as an honorary judge for a short story competition for children run by Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter Chris Evans.... Read more
Cassell Illustrated - part of the Octopus Publishing Group - has commissioned a book tie-in to the Distraction Pieces Podcast series, hosted by spoken word and hip-hop... Read more
Picador is making two promotions within its editorial team, following editorial director Kate Harvey's move to Harvill Secker at the end of 2015.... Read more
Waterstones Reading in The Oracle Shopping Centre has closed down.
Headline is launching a new commercial imprint and has poached Michael Joseph's publishing director Alex Clarke to lead it.
The Publishers Association is calling on people working in publishing to give talks in schools, colleges and universities to share "the exciting job opportunities" available within the industry.... Read more
Emily Watson and Ben Chaplin are to star in BBC One's adaptation of Apple Tree Yard (Faber), the "provocative, audacious thriller" by Louise Doughty.... Read more
Sarah Howe has won the £20,000 T S Eliot Prize for her debut collection Loop of Jade – the first time a debut has won... Read more
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Issue No 5894
Friday, July 24 2020
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