PRH and Waterstones dispute 'incredibly disheartening' for authors and agents

PRH and Waterstones dispute 'incredibly disheartening' for authors and agents

The continued dispute between Waterstones and Penguin Random House is “incredibly disheartening” and means authors are losing out, some agents and writers have said.  

As previously reported, Waterstones has reduced the visibility of PRH titles in its stores to manage its stock over recent months after the publisher placed a limit on its credit, although PRH has said there are "no practical restrictions on trading now”. No PRH books were included in the chain's Book of the Month choices for June, continuing an absence of the publisher's titles stretching back into last year. Meanwhile the ...

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