The Capital Crime festival will be hosted at a new venue in a central London park next September.
Four debut novels are featured on the Glass Bell shortlist alongside Colum McCann’s Booker-longlisted Apeirogon (Bloomsbury) and Stuart Turton’s second novel The Devil and the Dark Water (Raven Books). ... Read more
London booksellers have expressed confidence customers will continue to “shop local” and support bookshops, in spite of unease caused by news that the capital will be... Read more
David Headley, co-founder and m.d. of London's Goldsboro Books, has revealed plans to open a shop in Brighton.
Booksellers are divided on whether they will reopen their premises from 1st June, with just a third of booksellers currently keen to reopen, according to an ongoing survey... Read more
A nationwide treasure hunt has launched on social media to find a “priceless” golden edition of the long-awaited new book by Hannibal Lecter creator Thomas... Read more
Independent booksellers have expressed frustration that they are proportionately being taxed as much as six times what Amazon pays in business rates relative to its... Read more
Irish author John Boyne has scooped the £2,000 Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award for his “sweeping, poignant and comedic odyssey” of post-war Ireland, The Heart’s Invisible... Read more
Four debuts are up for the Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award pitted against John Boyne and The Silent Companions author Laura Purcell.... Read more
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine author Gail Honeyman is one of the seven debut novelists to be longlisted for the 2018 Glass Bell Award.... Read more