This week's pictures round-up features the Northern YA Literary Festival, Where's Wally, miniature book-themed cakes and a fancy gala at Drapers' Hall. ... Read more
HarperCollins has acquired The Queer Bible, a “definitive” essay collection edited by Jack Guinness, after a nine-way auction.
Former children’s laureate Chris Riddell has three books nominated for the 2019 CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal, whilst authors Sita Brahmachari, Juno Dawson and Emma Carroll... Read more
Unstoppable Film & Television has acquired the production rights to Juno Dawson’s upcoming YA novel Meat Market (Quercus Children’s Books), about a 16-year-old girl who... Read more
Author Juno Dawson will expose the dark underbelly of the fashion industry in her next YA novel, Meat Market.
The Young Adult Literature Convention (YALC) celebrated its fifth birthday with its busiest year ever and appearances from authors including Juno Dawson and Tom and... Read more
Overall ticket sales for this year’s Young Adult Literature Convention (YALC) are up 11% compared to last year, according to the organisers.
Little Tiger imprint Stripes has chosen stories by four unpublished writers to feature in its upcoming Proud anthology by LGBTQ+ authors.... Read more
TV rights to Juno Dawson’s memoir The Gender Games (Two Roads) have been optioned by Benedict Cumberbatch's production outfit SunnyMarch. ... Read more
Naomi Alderman and Juno Dawson are both contributing to Penguin Random House's "Doctor Who" publishing this autumn, celebrating the debut of Jodie Whittaker as the "Thirteenth Doctor".... Read more