Candice Carty-Williams has become the first black writer to win Book of the Year at the British Book Awards.
Vintage will celebrate the late Toni Morrison’s 89th birthday through partnerships and activities throughout the year.
Candice Carty-Williams has joined the Guardian as a columnist, writing a weekly piece for the paper’s Review supplement about "literature in its many forms".... Read more
Margaret Atwood’s Booker-winning The Testaments (Vintage) is vying with offerings from Max Porter, Greta Thunberg and Candice Carty-Williams in a bumper shortlist for Waterstones Book of the Year.... Read more
Queenie (Trapeze) by Candice Carty-Williams, a newly illustrated edition of Ted Hughes' The Iron Man (Faber) and Robert Macfarlane's Underland (Hamish Hamilton) have been included... Read more
Adam Kay has created a special Quick Reads version of his bestselling This is Going to Hurt (Picador) for the first intake of the bitesize book range... Read more
Queenie author Candice Carty-Williams has left Vintage after almost three years as senior marketing executive at the imprint.
Trapeze has included film-style closing credits for its publishing team in hit new book Queenie and plans to roll out the idea across other titles.... Read more
Candice Carty-Williams, senior marketing executive at Vintage Books, talks to us about publishing her debut novel, Queenie.
The Book Marketing Society has crowned its winners for the best marketing campaigns for the summer period, between April and August 2017.