Octopus imprint Endeavour has signed Love & Care by journalist Shaun Deeney, “a thought-provoking and often funny” account of a man becoming a carer for his mother... Read more
Applications will open in April for the Frankfurt International Translators knowledge exchange and networking programme for up to 25 translators of German-language literature. ... Read more
Penguin Random House UK is publishing a series of essays from its authors, including Richard Dawkins and Charlie Mackesy, offering reasons to feel hopeful about... Read more
Pearson has released a series of editorial guidelines on ethnicity and race, aiming to help fight systemic racism in education.
Laxfield Literary Associates has announced the winners of its inaugural New Anglia Manuscript Prize and the Laxfield Literary Launch Prize.
Nobel Prize-winning author Sir Kazuo Ishiguro has revealed concerns that young writers are “self-censoring” to avoid an “anonymous lynch mob that turns up online and... Read more
Retail website Bookshop.org has made more than £1m in profit for indie bookshops, hitting the milestone just four months after its UK launch.... Read more
Statistics suggest that while at the start of the pandemic many children and parents embraced books, reading has now reduced in 2021, while access remains... Read more
HarperCollins will be moving to a new purpose-built warehouse and office facility in Robroyston, Glasgow, when the lease at its current nearby site expires in... Read more
Boldwood Books has reported revenues of £1.6m in 2020, its first full financial year, and added five new authors to its now 50-strong list.
The Bookseller magazine is to bring in a guest editor for the first time, with Marianne Tatepo, the founder of the Black Agents & Editors'... Read more
A new literary and talent agency, Matchstick Group, launches today (1st March), founded by entrepreneur Max Parker.
Hachette Livre chairman and c.e.o. Arnaud Nourry has warned that he would not stand by and watch the publishing house being carved up by the... Read more
The Bloody Scotland Crime Festival is to launch a virtual, international book club, to be broadcast via Facebook Live.
National Book Tokens has launched a partnership with the Jhalak Prize, aiming to help promote the 2021 nominated titles among booksellers.
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Issue No 5920
Friday, March 5 2021
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