Trapeze is publishing a biography of Kurt Cobain by his former manager, Danny Goldberg, coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the Nirvana frontman's death.... Read more
Michael Joseph is publishing a new travel-inspired memoir from Sue Perkins called East of Croydon: blunderings through India and South East Asia.... Read more
Simon & Schuster has hit back at legal threats from Donald Trump over his former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman's book, telling the American president's lawyers... Read more
Alice Bartosinski is joining Nosy Crow as senior commissioning editor for Picture Books in October.
The Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Presses is moving into its third year with a major new sponsor, the University of East Anglia (UEA),... Read more
A 3D installation of Earth, made up of thousands of answers to the question "How do you stay sane in a world that isn’t?", has... Read more
Canongate, Faber and Profile are launching a podcast to champion independent publishing, authors and bookshops.
The Publishers Association has admitted a key figure it released on author pay was wrong; in fact authors received more money from publishers in 2016 than previously... Read more
Stripes Publishing, an imprint of the Little Tiger Group, has bought a novel by debut author Gabriel Dylan for its Red Eye horror list.... Read more
An arts journalist turned rare books dealer has created an online store devoted to women writers and plans to open a bookshop in Soho.... Read more
Asda and Hachette Children’s Group (HCG) have teamed up for an 11-month long promotion to support BBC Children In Need.
Poet and writer Dr Kirsten Norrie has launched a poetry school based on the Oxbridge model of one-to-one tutorials.
Iranian illustrator Marjan Vafaeian has received a visa ahead of an appearance at the Edinburgh International Book Festival but illustrator-in-residence Ehsan Abdollahi is still waiting,... Read more
SAGE has bought technology company Talis and Talis Aspire, its course resource list management system, for an undisclosed sum.
Plans to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of Raymond Briggs' classic The Snowman are gearing up, with partnerships with Backyard Cinema, The Royal... Read more
Issue No 5811
Friday, August 17 2018
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