Tagged: Bloomsbury

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

Myers moves to Bloomsbury for 'exquisite' novel

Bloomsbury has snapped up an "exquisite" novel and a short story collection about flawed masculinity from Benjamin Myers six weeks after he scooped the Walter Scott... Read more

Four questions for...Liz Calder on The English Patient

On 8th July, Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient was named the Golden Booker winner; the best novel to have won the prize in its... Read more

Morris helps Bonnier bust into BookScan top 10

Bloomsbury and HarperCollins both posted excellent growth in value terms through the TCM in the first half of 2018, but Bonnier Publishing’s eye-popping jump makes... Read more

Bloomsbury snaps up 'invaluable' exploration of ageing

Bloomsbury has acquired a "revelatory" book about the science of ageing from a computational biologist. Read more

Bloomsbury to publish Greer's controversial rape essay

Bloomsbury will publish Germaine Greer's controversial essay On Rape in September. Read more

Raven signs two thrillers by Guardian reporter Watt

Bloomsbury imprint Raven Books has acquired a "brilliant new international thriller" from former investigative journalist,Holly Watt. Read more

Purcell named winner of £10k Thumping Good Read award

Laura Purcell has won the £10,000 Thumping Good Read Award for her "chilling" novel The Silent Companions (Raven Books). Read more

Kerridge's Fresh Start begins in December

Bloomsbury imprint Absolute Press is to publish an "inspring new approach to home cooking" by Tom Kerridge in December to tie in with a new... Read more

Bloomsbury's first quarter sales rise 3.7%

Total revenues at Bloomsbury were up 3.7% year-on-year for the four months ending 30th June 2018 following a "particularly strong result" from the adult consumer... Read more

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