Bloomsbury has said that it does not consider Brexit to be a "principal risk" to its business, but has expressed concern over the volatility of... Read more
National Poetry Day and BBC Local Radio have commissioned 12 poems for each of the BBC regions in England to “celebrate the small changes that... Read more
Geraldine McCaughrean and Sydney Smith have won the 2018 CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals respectively, with Amnesty honours going to Angie Thomas and Levi... Read more
Hanif Kureishi has hailed Penguin Random House's (PRH) diversity initiatives as "wise and brave".
Kevin Jones has been promoted to chief financial officer at Peters Fraser and Dunlop (PFD).
The National Centre for Writing launches this week in Norwich following a £2m regeneration of historic Dragon Hall.
Benjamin Myers has won the £25,000 Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction with The Gallows Pole, published by small Yorkshire-based independent press Bluemoose Books.... Read more
Barrington Stoke is marking the publication of Gill Lewis’s new book Run Wild by partnering with Rewilding Britain.
The starting pistol for Feminist Book Fortnight sounded this weekend, with approaching 50 independent bookshops around the country taking part.
Hot Key Books, part of Bonnier Zaffre, has acquired a graphic novel about 150 years of feminism.
HarperCollins Children’s Books has teamed David Baddiel with illustrator Steven Lenton for his next novel, Head Kid.
Jane Shemilt’s third novel, How Far We Fall (Michael Joseph), has been snapped up for development as a TV drama by production company Twelve Town.... Read more
Canongate is to mark the global publication of filmmaker David Lynch’s "highly anticipated" memoir, Room to Dream, with a marathon "Twin Peaks" viewing session.... Read more
Trapeze has signed the debut novel of Sunday Times journalist Leaf Arbuthnot.
Simon & Schuster has snapped up Jackie Chan’s "candid" memoir.
Issue No 5785
Friday, June 22 2018
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