• World Book Day for adults

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  • Contender and Heat &##34;Say What?&##34;

    <p>Contender Books, publisher of "Anything is Possible" by Pop Idol winner Will Young, has struck a deal with celebrity magazine Heat to be its official... Read more

  • Tempus appoints McLaren

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    <p>The Bertram Group has completed the second and final phase of a financial restructuring which began last summer. Its financial backer and 90% owner, HgCapital,... Read more

  • Foyles lunches with children

    <p>Foyles, the independent bookshop famous for its literary luncheons, is to hold its first ever luncheon for children at London Zoo in September. Around 200... Read more

  • Polygon sold to Birlinn

    <p>Scottish publisher Birlinn has acquired Polygon, the award-winning literaryfiction and poetry imprint owned by Edinburgh University Press. The movefollows a review of EUP's publishing business... Read more

  • Blackwell's hires Rushby in supply role

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  • Splashing out on libraries

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