Frankfurt Book Fair has completed its restructure and cut an undisclosed number of roles in what it has called a “painful and far-reaching” process.... Read more
The Frankfurt Book Fair has warned job cuts are on the way as director Juergen Boos outlined future “modernising” plans that will see virtual events... Read more
Canongate is to publish Erica Berry's latest non-fiction work, Cry Wolf, after winning a six-way auction this week.
Pushkin Press has sold Czech rights to Liz Hyder's children's novel Bearmouth, in the latest of several foreign rights deals for the title. ... Read more
Frankfurt Book Fair director Jürgen Boos has said he envisions a hybrid digital/physical model at the 2021 edition of the world's biggest trade fair.... Read more
Canongate is to publish Mick Kitson's second novel Featherweight, which is based on his family history.
Puffin has acquired debut middle-grade series, The Accidental Diary of B.U.G, from author-illustrator talent Jen Carney in a "heated" six-figure auction.... Read more
Bloomsbury has secured 27-year-old novelist and mathematician Stephen Buoro's debut novel, The Five Sorrowful Mysteries of Andy Africa.
Wildfire has signed a "remarkable new perspective" on the battle for the Eastern Front during the Second World War by BAFTA-winning TV producer, scriptwriter and... Read more
Issue No 5914
Friday, January 22 2021
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