True crime, “professional confessional” memoirs and titles that look into “sealed worlds” are the hottest non-fiction trends, according to agents who spoke to The Bookseller... Read more
Octopus imprint Mitchell Beazley has landed the angling adventures of chef, restaurateur and food writer Mark Hix.
Picador has acquired a “magnificent” new novel by Naomi Wood set in Germany’s Bauhaus art school.
Faber has won a six-publisher auction for Financial Times journalist Rebecca Watson’s debut novel little scratch.
HQ will publish “a warm, witty, honest, and accessible” account of writer and comedian Katy Brand’s life-long obsession with "Dirty Dancing", I Carried a Watermelon, billed... Read more
Export and printing logistics have emerged as key trade concerns in the event of a no deal Brexit, with indie publishers and printers warning shipping and customs... Read more
Publishers have been blasted for "directly taking money from authors' pockets" when it comes to audio, both by sitting on audio rights and for paying "pitiful" royalties to authors on... Read more
Curtis Brown agent Cathryn Summerhayes is to join the morning keynotes at The Bookseller’s AudioBook Conference, held as part of FutureBook Live (30th November).... Read more
Harvill Secker is publishing a collection of feminist, literary horror stories from Scottish writer Kirsty Logan next October.
One of Frankfurt Book Fair’s most talked-about books, a "revelatory" eight-year investigation into women’s sex lives, has gone to Bloomsbury following a six-publisher auction.... Read more