Author Richard Watson looks at the future of bookshops.
Scribe has acquired The Herd, an "in-depth analysis" of Sweden's Covid-19 strategy by Swedish journalist Johan Anderberg.
Scribe will publish The Palace Letters by Professor Jenny Hocking, an exploration of the Australian constitutional crisis of 1975.
Scribe has snapped up Mr B's bookseller Jessica Gaitán Johannesson's debut novel in a two-book deal.
Scribe publicist Adam Howard has been promoted to publicity and marketing manager following a “stellar” two-and-a-half years with the indie.
The Australian list with a UK outpost is looking to spread its vibrant picture books far and wide, and is seeking compassionate non-fiction at this... Read more
Scribe editor-at-large Philip Gwyn Jones has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to Wildhood: The Epic Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood in Humans and Other Animals.... Read more
It was a mixed bag for the 16 members of the Independent Alliance, with its biggest member bagging the Man Booker and others enjoying big-screen... Read more
Scribe is donating 1,000 copies of the new title Questions I Am Asked About The Holocaust by Hédi Fried to UK schools and libraries in honour of International Holocaust Remembrance Day... Read more
Independent publishing house Scribe has acquired the rights to New Zealand author Annaleese Jochems' first two novels, as film rights for her debut are sold... Read more