Acting children's editor and Harry Potter fan Caroline Carpenter gives her verdict on the British Library's new Harry Potter exhibition.
Philip Jones reflects on Pottermore's latest move and explores the future of the business.
Sales of J K Rowling’s Harry Potter books have exceeded 500 million worldwide, according to Bloomsbury.
The Big Four publishers claimed less of the overall market in 2017 than in previous years, with HarperCollins its biggest grower.
In 2017 the marginal growth was propelled not by breakout bestsellers, but by undervalued—perhaps literally—midlist writers.
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