Print sales of The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris have surpassed the one million mark in the UK, nearly two years after publication. ... Read more
Wizarding World Digital has launched a subscription service Wizarding World Gold, handing out personalised journals for dedicated Hogwarts fans, created in collaboration with Wonderbly.... Read more
The Brontë Parsonage Museum has launched a fundraising campaign to buy a rare manuscript by Charlotte Brontë.
Simon Blacklock, co-founder and director of Faber’s Factory e-book business, has decided to leave the company after nine years.
More needs to be done to address the “shocking” lack of black British men writing and illustrating books for children, leading trade figures have said.... Read more
Amazon bestseller LJ Ross is setting up her own imprint, Dark Skies Publishing, offering print editions of her books to stores.
Capital Crime will return to London for a second year following the success of the 2019 festival.
A prize for new translators run by indie Peirene Press has been delayed after a European publisher objected to a "beginner" working on its book.... Read more
Angela Chadwick and Andrew McMillan have won the 2019 Polari Prizes, celebrating work that explores the LGBT experience.
Children's novelist Michael Rosen has written an open letter calling for libraries to be made compulsory in schools, backed by ringfenced government money to support libraries and... Read more
Paisley will host its first ever book festival in February 2020, honouring the "brilliant political thinkers and creatives that have long been associated with the... Read more
Hera Books founders Keshini Naidoo and Lindsay Mooney, agent Diana Beaumont and Promising Young Women author Caroline O’Donoghue are some of the professionals who have made the shortlists for the Romantic... Read more
A new podcast exploring race and identity in literature with guests including Bernardine Evaristo, Sara Collins and Derek Owusu has been launched, sponsored by Idris... Read more
Presenter and author Frankie Bridge has launched a brand-new podcast interviewing guests about their mental health, ahead of publication of her first book Open (Octopus).... Read more
The Booker Prize Foundation's literary director has defended the judging process following criticism from shortlisted author Lucy Ellmann’s publisher Galley Beggar. ... Read more
Issue No 5863
Friday, November 15 2019
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