Trapeze has bagged an “outstanding” look at the “Cool Britannia” era, including interviews with 1990s icons Noel Gallagher, Damon Albarn and Tracey Emin, among others.... Read more
Our pictures round-up of this year’s London Book Fair features the UK's bestselling book of the last 25 years, a life-size Elmer the Elephant and... Read more
Lisa Edwards, executive publisher at Bonnier Books UK imprint Templar Publishing, is to leave her role to explore new opportunities.
The UK needs to “lock down” the issue of exhaustion of rights with the EU to stop countries such as the US changing the status... Read more
Bonnier Books UK imprint 535 has acquired a title from "business anthropologist" Dr Simon Roberts about "embodied knowledge": the information that is unconsciously picked up... Read more
A shock announcement that Faber editor Lee Brackstone will leave the indie after nearly 25 years to run a new, as yet unnamed, music-centric imprint... Read more
Pan Macmillan and Farrar, Straus & Giroux will publish a recently re-discovered full version of a "towering work of autobiographical fiction" from one of the... Read more
Bloomsbury has won a non-fiction title by Eliot Higgins, whose website Bellingcat identified the suspects in the Skripal poisoning.
Dialogue Books has signed an "electrifying" memoir on race and class from writer Mitchell S Jackson in a two-book deal.
Virago has pre-empted an "astounding" memoir by Syrian activist Loubna Mrie, who took on the Assad regime and her own abusive father.