Philip Jones believes the big groups dominating the publishing landscape today are the same as those that dominated it 20 years ago.
Bloomsbury has acquired a collection of short stories and a debut novel from Irish writer Nicole Flattery in a six-figure pre-empt.
Alexandra Pringle, editor-in-chief at Bloomsbury publishing has acquired City of Girls, a new novel from the author of Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbert.... Read more
Bloomsbury has acquired an Agatha Christie-inspired debut about "obsession, deceit and betrayal" in a university campus, written by an University of East Anglia graduate.... Read more
Raven Books has bought the first adult novel, billed as "The Crucible" meets “The Craft”, from YA author Julie Mayhew.
Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and author Cornelia Funke have collaborated on a new novel for adults inspired by del Toro’s 2006 film “Pan’s Labyrinth”,... Read more
Born in Ealing, west London, half a century ago to an English mother and a Sudanese father, Kamal Ahmed explores what it means to be... Read more
Bloomsbury has been chosen by GCHQ to publish an authorised history of its first 100 years, to commemorate its centenary in 2019.
Bloomsbury will publish Grilled, about the fight for better conditions for farmed chickens, from American campaigner Leah Garcés.
With a number of British publishing firms looking to expand their operations and sales in the Far East, four of varying sizes reveal the challenges... Read more