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Forward line

A recent event held in collaboration with Bloomsbury enabled five writers supported by an Arts Council-backed writing scheme to shine.   Read more

The measure of success

Philip Jones believes the big groups dominating the publishing landscape today are the same as those that dominated it 20 years ago. Read more

Bloomsbury buys Oberon Books in £1.2m deal

Bloomsbury has bought London-based theatre publisher Oberon Books in a £1.2m deal. Read more

Bloomsbury enters China's domestic market

Bloomsbury is entering China’s domestic market in a joint venture with state-owned China Youth Publishing Group (CYPG) and its subsidiary Roaring Lion Media (RLM).... Read more

Bloomsbury to sell Whitaker’s Almanack

Bloomsbury is selling reference guide Whitaker’s assets, including the current edition, the online database, and backlist editions dating back to 1869. Read more

Brigid Nelson joins Bloomsbury as UK consumer sales director

HarperCollins Children’s Books former sales strategy director Brigid Nelson will join Bloomsbury as UK consumer sales director. Read more

Retirement of Bloomsbury's Jonathan Glasspool announced

Jonathan Glasspool, managing director for Bloomsbury’s non-consumer division, is leaving the company in July 2020 after 20 years with the publisher. Read more

Bloomsbury revenues drop 5% in first half

Bloomsbury has announced an "encouraging" first half of the 2019/20 financial year, reporting revenues up 9% in its Academic & Professional division and up 73% for Bloomsbury Digital... Read more

Authors Twohey and Kantor to discuss Weinstein scandal with key sources at Bloomsbury event

The three British women who were pivotal to helping journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor break the Weinstein story will join the reporters on stage... Read more

Frahm's take on rise and fall of Assyria goes to Bloomsbury

​Bloomsbury has signed a book from Yale professor Eckhart Frahm for the first comprehensive non-fiction account of the rise and fall of what historians consider... Read more

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