The Creative Industries Federation and Creative England has welcomed the government's new £1.57bn fund to help the arts as "the game changer we need".... Read more
The publication date of Mary Trump's memoir, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, has been brought forward to... Read more
Hodder & Stoughton will publish Clanlands: Whisky, Warfare, and a Scottish Adventure Like No Other, by Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish, stars of the historical drama... Read more
The Publishers Association has announced it will refund three months' worth of membership fees for small publishers, in recognition of the trading difficulties faced during lockdown. ... Read more
Katie Bond is departing her role as publisher at the National Trust to become publisher at The Quarto Group's Aurum imprint.
HarperCollins says it will no longer publish books by historian David Starkey and is reviewing his backlist, describing his recent comments on slavery as “abhorrent”. Vintage and... Read more
Aspiring illustrator Ellan Rankin has been announced by Hachette as this year's winner of the Carmelite Picture Book Prize.
Alys Conran and Niall Griffiths are among writers shortlisted for the Wales Book of the Year award, which includes a new category for children's books for... Read more
Canongate is to publish Matt Haig's new children's book, A Mouse Called Miika.
HarperCollins is working with the Reading Agency on its Summer Reading Challenge, with Collins donating 260,000 books.
The Publishers Association has compiled a summer audio reading list for parliamentarians as it urges them to remove VAT on audiobooks.
Rolf Grisebach has become the chair of classical music publishers Edition Peters.
Transworld has bagged Between the Covers, a collection of journalism from Jilly Cooper.
Victoria Hislop will return to The Island (Headline Review, 2006) for a children's edition titled Maria's Island, published by Walker Books.... Read more
John Murray imprint Two Roads will publish My Garden World by Monty Don in September.
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Issue No 5891
Friday, July 3 2020
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