Harvill Secker has won debut novelist Rosie Price’s literary novel, What Red Was, in an "intense" five-way auction.... Read more
Piatkus has acquired Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Farrah Storr's first book at auction, about spending time in our "discomfort zone".
Pamphlet publisher Stewed Rhubarb is set to reissue two poetry collections previously taken out of print following the collapse of Scottish press Freight Books late last... Read more
HarperCollins Children’s Books will publish David Walliams’ third and final title in ‘The World’s Worst Children’ series in May, with illustrations by Tony Ross.... Read more
Rights to T S Eliot Prize winner Ocean Vuong’s debut novel have been snapped up around the world, with Jonathan Cape clinching rights to publish it in... Read more
Octopus is hosting its first Nourish & Inspire Wellness Day in partnership with Waterstones Tottenham Court Road.
Mirror Books has acquired a five-book series by "Scandi noir sensation", Jesper Stein.
Orion Fiction has acquired a psychological suspense debut at auction with "the mother of all high-concept twists".
Hachette Children’s Group imprint Quercus Children’s has bought a new fantasy series by Piers Torday.
Faber has acquired a debut book by 26-year-old Brazilian writer Geovani Martins.
Canongate has snapped up the "definitive self-help gospel on how to understand, overcome and overthrow the White Man", by Penguin WriteNow graduate Nels Abbey.... Read more
Bloomsbury has acquired a book about the ancient history of the West after an 11-way auction.
The adult literacy campaign Quick Reads is wrapping up after 12 years due to lack of funding, The Bookseller can reveal.... Read more
Independent bookshops are being offered the chance to win a visit from Philip Pullman during Independent Bookshop Week in June, ahead of the paperback publication... Read more
Titles by Malala Yousafzai, Anne Frank and Reni Eddo-Lodge have been voted on to a list of the Top 20 "most influential books in history written by women".... Read more
Issue No 5797
Friday, April 20 2018
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