A recent event held in collaboration with Bloomsbury enabled five writers supported by an Arts Council-backed writing scheme to shine.
Philip Jones believes the big groups dominating the publishing landscape today are the same as those that dominated it 20 years ago.
Susanna Clarke has won the 2020 £1,000 Red Tentacle prize for the novel category of the Kitschies Award, with her "exceptional, beautiful yet disturbing book" Piranesi... Read more
Bloomsbury has reported "strong" trading across all divisions for its first quarter, with year-on-year sales growth of 28% for a total of £63.1m. Children's trade was up... Read more
Alesha Bonser is joining Bloomsbury from Penguin Random House Children's in the newly created role of head of children’s marketing.
Wole Soyinka and Sally Rooney will headline the Southbank Centre’s autumn season, while the organisation has also announced its London Literature Festival, which this year takes its... Read more
Penguin Random House is exploring a hybrid model of working in the future and has joined other publishers in ruling out a requirement for staff to be vaccinated before... Read more
Ali Smith has won the inaugural Pleasure of Reading Prize, in recognition of her body of work.
Bloomsbury is to publish Minority Rule, the debut book by political commentator and journalist Ash Sarkar, after pre-empting the work in a "major deal". ... Read more
Bloomsbury is to publish I Alone Can Fix It, a behind-the-scenes account of former US President Donald Trump’s final year in office, by Carol Leonnig and Philip... Read more