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.
Simon & Schuster has bagged Peril, the "spellbinding" analysis of the transition from President Trump to Biden by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. ... Read more
Bloomsbury is to publish I Alone Can Fix It, a behind-the-scenes account of former US President Donald Trump’s final year in office, by Carol Leonnig and Philip... Read more
What the future may bring to our ever-expanding definition of “political” books was explored at a US Book Show panel held on the first anniversary of... Read more
Donald Trump's niece, Mary L Trump, is publishing her second book with Allen & Unwin in July 2021, a year on from the publication of her... Read more
Simon & Schuster US has cancelled its forthcoming book from US senator Josh Hawley, following criticism of his actions in relation to the attack on the... Read more
The US has halved its tariffs on books made in China to 7.5% as the trade war between the two countries eases.
Canongate has snapped up Impeach by Neal Katyal, the former Acting Solicitor General of the United States, laying out the case for Donald Trump's impeachment. ... Read more