Political memoirs are big business – and these academics think they’ve found an algorithm that will help their would-be publishers take smarter risks.
Philip Jones asks whether Brexit could be beneficial for the book trade.
Philip Jones argues that the publishing industry needs to figure out what it can learn from recent political upheaval.
Donald Trump’s threat to slap a 25% tariff on goods, including books, imported from China could drive shops and publishers out of business, leading US... Read more
Michael Wolff's "explosive" sequel to Fire and Fury will be published next month as the author explores Donald Trump's second year in the White House with Siege: Trump... Read more
Simon & Schuster UK, US-based Scribner and the Washington Post will publish 'The Mueller Report' instantly as an e-book and paperback edition.... Read more
Our 2018 pictures round-up features a young Audrey Hepburn, the Slumflower, the London Review Bookshop's 15th birthday, a tiger and a Donald Trump protest.
Writers' group PEN America has filed a lawsuit in federal court in New York against President Trump for alleged violations of America's First Amendment, seeking to... Read more
John Sargent stressed the importance of defending freedom of speech—even if it means standing up to the leader of the free world—at the Frankfurt Book... Read more
Association of American Publishers c.e.o. Maria Pallante has overseen a more robust and outspoken trade body, one which made a pointed award at its recent... Read more