Vanessa Harbour shares how being disabled has allowed her to achieve her dream of being a writer.
Firefly Press has landed a “scary and heart-warming” middle grade sci-fi horror by Jennifer Killick.
Welsh independent Firefly Press has acquired world rights to The Velvet Fox, a sequel to Catherine Fisher’s middle grade novel The Clockwork Crow.... Read more
Welsh independent Firefly Press has secured investment from entrepreneur Robin Bennett of Quarto Translations to boost its publication of children’s and YA titles.... Read more
Independent Welsh publisher Firefly Press has acquired the UK and Commonwealth rights to Tulip Taylor, a feminist teen comedy by Anna Mainwaring.... Read more
Production company New Pictures has optioned the TV and film rights to Sarah Govett’s YA novel The Territory (Firefly Press).
Catherine O’Flynn, whose novel What Was Lost won the first novel prize at the Costa Book Awards in 2008, has written a children’s book about... Read more
Children’s writing organisation the Golden Egg Academy is opening a new branch to cover Wales and the South West, which will be led by Firefly... Read more
Welsh independent Firefly Press has bought the UK and Commonwealth rights to Summer of No Regrets, an 'up lit' YA novel by debut author Kate Mallinder.... Read more
A trio of bookshops feature in this week's pictures round-up, as well as the Northern YA Literature Festival, Irvine Welsh and Sarah Govett.