Raynor Winn, Anita Sethi and James Rebanks are among the authors shortlisted for this year's Wainwright Prize for UK Nature Writing, joined by Merlin Sheldrake, David... Read more
Veteran actor and director Mel Brooks has written his first memoir, described as "a captivating tale of Hollywood and beyond", for Century. ... Read more
Billy Connolly will read the audiobook edition of his first autobiography Windswept and Interesting for Two Roads.
The DESIblitz Literature Festival is returning to Birmingham for its third year this September, showcasing the work of the UK's leading British South Asian literary... Read more
Académie du Vin Library, a press focused on publishing non-fiction about wine, will be represented and distributed globally by ACC Art Books from September.... Read more
Ian Rankin's A Song for the Dark Times (Orion) lit up the Bookstat e-book number one for the week ending 31st July.... Read more
Bonnier Books UK's digital-first imprint Embla Books launches today, as the publisher unveiled its wood grain logo and tagline "our lives are built on stories".... Read more
HarperNorth has scooped a book on structural racism by former chief crown prosecutor Nazir Afzal.
Global disaster relief organisation ShelterBox is launching a book about climate change this autumn, with contributions from 30 authors including Bill Bryson, Cressida Cowell, Monique... Read more
Carla Hutchinson is to join Bloomsbury Children's Books this September as commissioning editor for fiction.
White Rabbit will publish journalist and broadcaster Jude Rogers’ first book The Sound of Being Human, a combination of memoir and historical, scientific and cultural enquiry which... Read more
Picador is publishing Imogen Binnie's debut Nevada, a “ genuinely ground-breaking” cult classic about the trans experience, for the first time in the UK.... Read more
W H Allen has landed the "remarkable" Femina: A New History of the Middle Ages by Oxford University lecturer and BBC historian Janina Ramirez.... Read more
Penguin Michael Joseph has landed Brookyln-based journalist Andrea Bartz's "nail-biting" thriller, We Were Never Here.
Ian Rankin's A Song for the Dark Times (Orion) has climbed seven places to swipe the Amazon Charts' Most-Sold: Fiction number one spot.... Read more
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Issue No 5939
Friday, July 23 2021
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