Newly-established publisher Fairlight Books has revealed the first of its new titles for 2018.
The Society of Chief Librarians is recruiting its first chief executive as it makes the transition from private company to registered charity.
The Times Literary Supplement has become the official media partner of The Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Presses.
The British Library is leading an 18-month project to determine the possibility of a single digital presence for UK public libraries, backed by more than £260,000 worth... Read more
Arts Council England (ACE) is launching a series of podcasts to highlight the "positive impact" libraries have on the community.
Members of the Northern Fiction Alliance have said they have seen boosts in book and rights sales from being part of the coalition.... Read more
Four independent publishers have come together to form the Northern Fiction Alliance, a cohort assembled to showcase the output of northern indie presses to the... Read more
Booksellers have been criticised for not featuring books by black, Asian and minority ethnic authors prominently enough in their stores.
Publishers and Arts Council England have reacted with "astonishment" and “delight” that the body’s funding is to be protected in the government’s Spending Review.... Read more
The first ever Laureate for Irish Fiction, Anne Enright, has told The Bookseller that the role is “a mixture between an honour and a job”.... Read more