The contrasts between big and small publishing never cease to throw up points of interest about how this business works. This week’s edition of The... Read more
Faber, Canongate, Profile, Oneworld and Pushkin Press are among indie publishers who have confirmed to The Bookseller they are temporarily furloughing staff, making use of... Read more
TV rights for documentary maker Chris Atkins’ prison diary A Bit of a Stretch (Atlantic) have been optioned by Eleventh Hour Films.... Read more
Atlantic Books has won a six-way auction to publish Andrew Parker’s The Line of Sight: How Vision Shapes Our Lives, “a sweeping and urgent story about the way... Read more
Atlantic will publish Elisa Gabbert's essay collection, The Unreality of Memory, next year.
Atlantic Books has pre-empted a second novel by Scottish author Martin MacInnes, a "stunning literary investigation" about a software developer who suffers a head trauma.... Read more
Indie publishers and Burley Fisher Bookshop in Hackney, east London have raised £932 for local charity North London Action for the Homeless, with plans for... Read more
It was a mixed bag for the 16 members of the Independent Alliance, with its biggest member bagging the Man Booker and others enjoying big-screen... Read more
Atlantic will publish Jonathan Lethem’s first crime novel for 20 years next April.
Atlantic has acquired the UK and Commonwealth rights, excluding Canada, to Autopia: A Tour of the Future of Cars by "The Gadget Show" presenter Jon... Read more