Ink Road exhibits at YALC for the first time and Robert Webb draws a big crowd at Port Eliot Festival in this week's pictures round-up.... Read more
Oceanofpdf, a website that was illegally giving away e-books for free, has been taken down.
The Edinburgh International Book Festival has announced an inaugural, free ‘Publishing Salon’ bringing together publishers, editors, agents and literary professionals this month.
The Society of Authors has launched a new prize for debut novelists over the age of 60: The Paul Torday Memorial Prize.
Santa Montefiore and Simon Sebag Montefiore’s The Royal Rabbits of London is set to be turned into a hybrid-animated live-action feature film by a division... Read more
Cengage has responded to a federal lawsuit claiming its forthcoming US subscription service, Cengage Unlimited, will cost authors in sales and royalty payments.
French media, content and communications group Vivendi has begun exclusive negotiations to buy Editis, France's second largest book publisher, from Grupo Planeta of Spain.... Read more
Author Juno Dawson will expose the dark underbelly of the fashion industry in her next YA novel, Meat Market.
Historian and author Keith Lowe has moved to William Collins after a decade at Viking Penguin.
Scribe is publishing a biography of Germaine Greer, who recently courted controversy internationally for her views on sexual assault ahead of her new book On... Read more
Glaswegian rapper, commentator and 2018 Orwell Prize-winning author Darren McGarvey has signed a two-book deal with Ebury Press.
Pan Macmillan will move from its current location in King's Cross to a "larger and distinctive" new eight-storey headquarters in London's Clerkenwell next year.... Read more
The Young Adult Literature Convention (YALC) celebrated its fifth birthday with its busiest year ever and appearances from authors including Juno Dawson and Tom and... Read more
A "captivating coming-of-age" debut from an Australian journalist will be published by Borough Press as part of the HarperCollins Global Publishing Program.
Dan Brown’s fifth Robert Langdon title Origin (Corgi) has spent a third week running at the UK Official Top 50 number one, selling 36,723 copies through... Read more
Issue No 5790
Friday, July 27 2018
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