Henry Hitchings introduces a collection of essays investigating the myriad pleasures, puzzles and possibilities of bookshops around the globe.
Newly appointed Pushkin editor Harriet Wade has acquired Sarah Blau’s psychological thriller The Others, weeks after joining the publisher from Oneworld.... Read more
Diversity and inclusion is high on the agenda at this year’s Bologna Children’s Book Fair, with US and UK publishers keen to snap up stories... Read more
Art historian and curator Rosalind Blakesley has won the fifth annual Pushkin House Russian book prize for her title The Russian Canvas: Painting in Imperial... Read more
Pushkin Press is to publish Willem Anker’s "masterly" novel based on the life of 1700s Cape renegade Coenraad de Buys.
This week Pushkin Press and Jessica Kingsley celebrated anniversaries, while Michael Palin and Sebastian Barry were honoured at Awards ceremonies.
Baillie Gifford Prize winner Philippe Sands has been shortlisted for the 2017 Jewish Quarterly Wingate Prize, awarded to the best book, whether fiction or non-fiction, to "translate the idea of Jewishness to the... Read more
Elena Lappin will be leaving her role as editor-at-large for One, an imprint of Pushkin Press, in Spring 2017.
Film4, the production company behind "12 Years a Slave" and "Slumdog Millionaire", has optioned the film rights for Maria Turtschaninoff’s Maresi, published in the UK... Read more
Sarah Odedina, the new editor-at-large at Pushkin Children’s, is looking to build the children’s list through a new open submissions initiative.