Philip Jones believes the big groups dominating the publishing landscape today are the same as those that dominated it 20 years ago.
Madeline Miller has picked up the Red Tentacle award for her “work of true genius” Circe (Bloomsbury) at this year’s Kitschies.... Read more
Isabel Allende has moved from Simon & Schuster UK to Bloomsbury following a six-publisher auction for a "hugely ambitious" new novel, which Bloomsbury says will bring... Read more
Bloomsbury Publishing’s median gender pay gap has grown to 21.7% in 2018 from 17.2% the year before although its mean figure fell slightly, according to... Read more
Bloomsbury has revealed that its non-consumer academic and professional division is performing strongly as well as authors such as Tom Kerridge and Sarah J Maas, as... Read more
Bloomsbury imprint Raven Books has won a debut crime novel by Nigerian author Femi Kayode following a four-publisher auction.
Lucy Worsley, the historian who wears many hats in more ways than one, reveals how her writing informs the day job—and vice versa. ... Read more
Bloomsbury has bought another novel from Ann Patchett, The Dutch House, billed as the award-winning author's "masterpiece" about family, betrayal and love.... Read more
Sympathy author Olivia Sudjic has moved to Bloomsbury in a two-book deal.
Bloomsbury has bagged the “glorious” debut novel from New York psychiatrist Arlene Heyman.