Tagged: The Guardian

Print and digital 'not opposing forces', conference hears

Print and digital are not opposing forces, they should work together as a “reader-centred good”, the Guardian’s Richard Furness has said whilst discussing the newspaper’s... Read more

Guardian drops children’s books site

The Guardian is bringing its children’s books website to an end next month because of financial constraints. Read more

Pavilion reprints Soup for Syria

Pavilion Books is reprinting Soup for Syria – the cookbook published to raise money for Syrian relief – with its initial print run having sold out... Read more

BA and Guardian support Soup for Syria

The Booksellers Association and the Guardian bookshop is supporting the Soup for Syria campaign, launched by US publisher Interlink Books to raise funds for Syrian... Read more

Fishnet wins Not the Booker Prize 2015

Kirstin Innes' "acclaimed" debut novel about sex workers in Glasgow, Fishnet, has been awarded the Guardian's Not the Booker Prize.... Read more

Media embraces Super Thursday

Super Thursday and Books Are My Bag celebrations today (8th October) have attracted widespread media coverage from the BBC, Sky and national newspapers. Jeremy... Read more

Guardian launches children’s book festival

The Guardian is organising a children’s literature festival – a free one-day event in London on 29th August, featuring authors such as Sarah McIntyre, Philip... Read more

Mantel takes on the Mail

Man Booker winning novelist Hilary Mantel has attacked the Mail on Sunday and questioned whether its journalists must “start to feel ashamed of their paper’s... Read more

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