The publishing director of Liverpool indie Dead Ink Books reveals how he harnessed the draw of loose threads and withheld information to appeal to horror... Read more
Independent publisher Dead Ink Books has launched a "secret literary clubhouse", The Advanced Reader Club, for 100 members, with such enthusiasm for the scheme that... Read more
Penguin Random House is exploring an editorial presence in Manchester, possibly in 2019, in collaboration with Northern Fiction Alliance members, with potential financial support from Arts Council England... Read more
Former Waterstones events manager Jordan Taylor-Jones has joined northern indie Dead Ink in a newly created role following a £66,000 cash injection from the Arts Council.... Read more
A fresh selection of book trade figures give their predictions and hopes for the year ahead, with regional and ethnic diversity high on the wish-lists... Read more
Liverpool indie Dead Ink has received £66,880 from Arts Council England’s National Lottery Project Grants in support of its Publishing Step-Change project.
Gary Budden, co-director of indie publisher Influx Press, is to publish his debut collection Hollow Shores with Dead Ink.
A consortium of British indie publishers visiting Frankfurt for the first time are in an “awkward” position as a result of the UK’s vote to... Read more
Liverpool-based independent Dead Ink its to publish a collaborative horror novella written by Jenn Ashworth and Richard V Hirst.