German bookshops are reopening on Monday 8th March as part of a phased strategy of easing coronavirus restrictions.
Bloomsbury has partnered with Flowerbx, the online floral delivery service, as part of its campaign to launch the paperback version of Isabel Allende's latest novel,... Read more
HarperFiction has won a five-way auction for A Flicker in the Dark and one further psychological thriller by Stacy Willingham.
The founder of children's fiction production company Storymix Jasmine Richards is the guest judge at this year's FAB Prize, for undiscovered writers and illustrators from... Read more
Cipher Press has acquired Alison Rumfitt's debut novel, Tell Me I’m Worthless, as its first book in the Arts Council-funded #NewQueerVoices project. ... Read more
Welbeck Publishing has acquired Fake History: Ten Great Lies and How They Shaped the World by Otto English, an "authoritative and alternative" history of the world that... Read more
Gollancz has revealed a new logo for its 60th anniversary year and announced a one-day festival this month featuring authors from across its list including... Read more
Viking has netted Billie Jean King's "extraordinary" autobiography All In, the first time the tennis legend has told her story in full.... Read more
Orion has reopened its paid remote work experience programme and complemented it with a series of webinars aiming to demystify publishing. The publisher launched... Read more
Books on the Second World War, Russia and spycraft, rom-coms and a marked uptick in titles on the British Asian experience are some of the hot... Read more
Denise Mina has been appointed as chair of the judges for the £5,000 Gordon Burn Prize, as this year's panel is unveiled.
The Booksellers Association (BA) has launched a £150,000 Covid-19 recovery project, offering members free mentorship and grants ahead of their planned April reopening.
Bluebird has signed another five books in the bestselling Pinch of Nom series, with two new cookbooks and three food planners.
The Blue Peter Book Awards have been won this year by Elle McNicoll's A Kind of Spark (Knights Of) and Mike Barfield and Jess Bradley's A Day in the Life... Read more
The legacy of science fiction author Octavia Butler is to be explored at the Barbican's New Suns feminist literary festival this month.
4 March @ 10.00am
4 March @ 6.00pm
4 March @ 7.30pm
5 March @ 7.00pm
8 March @ 7.00pm
Issue No 5920
Friday, March 5 2021
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