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Chronicling the past, and the future

As HarperCollins celebrates its 200th anniversary, archivist Dawn Sinclair delves into the HarperCollins archive. Read more

The Olympia way

Assessing the mood of the London Book Fair after just one full day of activity may be difficult, but then judging it at the end... Read more

2015: The shape of things to come

This time last year I wrote that we were just beginning to see the future shape of conglomerate publishing as the merger of Random... Read more

The odd uncouple

Can trade publishers develop consumer brands, and effectively market and sell their content direct? More importantly, can they do this without undermining what is for... Read more

HQ lands 'poignant' homeless novel from former midwife

HQ has bought a "gorgeously written" debut novel by Canterbury Christ Church University creative writing student and former midwife Jessica Ryn, about a homeless woman searching... Read more

Fourth Estate to publish Slay in Your Lane journal and anthology

Fourth Estate will publish two more Slay in Your Lane titles following the success of the first book by Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené.... Read more

Slaughter and Child team up on 'explosive' Jack Reacher short story

Karin Slaughter and Lee Child have collaborated to write an “explosive” short story bringing their characters together. Read more

4th Estate wins auction for 'blazing' autofiction debut

4th Estate has triumphed in an auction for a "breath-taking" debut work of autofiction about one man’s involvement in London gang-life.... Read more

Publishers reveal uplift in non-traditional retail

Many publishers have reported growth in non-traditional retail for book sales, with top sellers including self-care and gardening. Read more

Collins Learning m.d. looks to future growth in Far East to expand market reach

The UK government has started to interfere with textbook publishing in a “narrow and constrictive” way, leaving the educational publishing industry “reeling”, the m.d. of... Read more

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