Publishers reschedule releases as lockdown rumbles on

Publishers reschedule releases as lockdown rumbles on

Some publishers are pushing publication of titles back into the summer to avoid ongoing lockdowns, although the widespread changes to schedules seen last year have largely been avoided.

With England's lockdown set to last until at least the end of March, some presses have resisted making changes. However, in recent weeks HarperCollins, Walker Books, Atlantic and Oneworld have been among publishers rescheduling several of their books which were due for release over the next few months, citing lockdown and the ongoing closure of physical bookshops as the reason. Quercus has also delayed thre...

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