Faber has unveiled two cover designs for Sally Rooney's forthcoming novel, Beautiful World, Where Are You, especially for indie bookshops, Waterstones and Easons.... Read more
The National Literacy Trust and Penguin Random House UK have launched a review into national primary school library provision.
Fourth Estate and William Collins have introduced a modern classics list featuring titles from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Naomi Klein, Joan Didion and more.... Read more
Douglas Stuart's Booker-winning novel Shuggie Bain (Picador) has now sold 500,000 copies in all formats globally, Pan Macmillan has said.
Literary agent Catherine Cho and poets Romalyn Ante and Rachel Long are on the shortlist for the 2021 Jhalak Prize for Book of the Year by a Writer... Read more
Buster Books, the children’s imprint of independent publisher Michael O’Mara Books, is marking Earth Day (22nd April) this year, by donating £50,000 to the Green... Read more
Doubleday Ireland has triumphed in a three-way auction for Suad Aldarra’s “powerful” memoir I Don’t Want To Talk About Home.... Read more
Farshore has netted a “bone-chillingly atmospheric” YA thriller set in the Cajun setting of Deep South Louisiana, from debut author Ginny Myers Sain.
Quercus imprint riverrun will publish Storyland: A New Mythology of Britain from art historian Amy Jeffs in September 2021.
Novelists Damian Lanigan and Neil Griffiths are launching a new small press, focusing on literary fiction.
Literary, directors' and composers' agency Janet Fillingham Associates is rebranding to Fillingham Weston Associates (FWA).
Publishing-related cyber scams have spiked in lockdown with the Rathbones Folio Prize losing £30,000 to an email fraudster, and at least three other awards targeted, The Bookseller can exclusively reveal. ... Read more
Bookshops across the UK have said they experienced a successful first day back after lockdown, with booksellers reporting queues ahead of trading hours and consistent... Read more
Smriti Halls has landed two nominations on the six-strong Oscar's Book Prize shortlist, which has doubled its prize money to £10,000 this year.
Penguin Michael Joseph will publish The Lives of Brian, the memoir from Brian Johnson, frontman of rock band AC/DC. ... Read more
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Friday, April 9 2021
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