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Bonnier: don’t give us the third degree

Bonnier Publishing's c.e.o. Richard Johnson on why he thinks that having a university degree should not be a pre-requisite for working in publishing.  ... Read more

Morris reflects on a year of The Lost Words' success

A new audiobook and a crowdfunding campaign to supply hospices are just some of the events happening around Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris’ The Lost... Read more

Second Josie Silver novel acquired by Viking

Viking has acquired a second novel by Josie Silver, whose debut One Day in December is currently a number one Kindle bestseller.... Read more

Le Carré's 'Little Drummer Girl' to complete Modern Classics backlist

Penguin this month completes publication of John le Carré’s 21-strong backlist as Penguin Modern Classics, with The Little Drummer Girl, out on 27th September.... Read more

Gaiman, Smith and Ishiguro to feature in British short story anthology

Penguin is publishing a new anthology, The Penguin Book of the Contemporary British Short Story, "a literary treasure trove" of "30 great short stories published in the... Read more

Corry thriller snapped up for TV series adaptation

Jane Corry’s My Husband’s Wife (Penguin) has been optioned as a TV series by the makers of “Baby Driver". Read more

Penguin claims two spots on Pushkin House Russian Book Prize shortlist

Penguin has scored two books on the Pushkin House Russian Book Prize shortlist, one about Stalin’s metereologist and another about an eight-year journey across “forgotten... Read more

The line of best fit

The latest book from the co-creator of the fascinating illustrated compendium of the capital, Curiocity, is a starkly different but no less enthralling visual treat, with the... Read more

Penguin's European series to counter 'political climate'

Penguin is launching a European Series in April to celebrate “forgotten classics”, with introductions by acclaimed contemporary authors such as Colm Toibin, Elizabeth Strout and... Read more

Shah's 'jaw-dropping' biography to unveil rise and fall of Philip Green

Portfolio Penguin will publish a “jaw-dropping” biography of Sir Philip Green in a deal reportedly worth £100,000, however the retail tycoon has said he is... Read more

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