Inclusive children's publisher Lantana Publishing is to join Inpress for sales and marketing distribution, with books now available through Ingram UK.
An Unbound link-up for a new anthology of writers from the margins could put indie Inkandescent on the map
Layla Saad, Dorothy Koomson, Kate Mosse, Laura Bates and Kerry Hudson are among 40 writers contributing to a "uniquely empowering" feminist charity book collection, spearheaded by the Feminist Book Society, in collaboration... Read more
Inpress has launched a delivery service for independent bookshops.
Many thriving poetry publishers in the North have likened its recent boom to its popularity under Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s, arguing the form offers... Read more
The Arts Council-funded Northern Publishers Network is looking to continue the work done by the Northern Fiction Alliance to raise the profile of publishers and... Read more
Sales and marketing agency Inpress is to hold a "festival of publishing" this Friday under the theme of "I Did it My Way: A Celebration... Read more
Inpress has insisted the Poetry Book Society is "very much alive" following the corporate entity's move into liquidation, and will be "powering up rather than... Read more
A heated debate about the role of libraries in supporting the publishing industry has broken out at the Inpress Publishing Festival, with one publisher alleging... Read more
Dead Ink has launched a new experiment in “participatory publishing” aimed at bringing "readers closer to authors" called Publishing the Underground. Independent publisher Dead Ink, who... Read more