Biteback is to publish a new book by former Cabinet minister Oliver Letwin.
Penguin Press imprint Pelican is publishing a user guide to coding by scientist and author Sue Black OBE in autumn 2018.
The prize money for the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction, formerly known as the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction, has been set at £30,000: an increase of £10,000 on last... Read more
Toby Mundy has been made the chair of Wimbledon BookFest for 2016, after the current chair and co-founder Tony Kane has stepped down.... Read more
Steve Silberman has been awarded the £20,000 Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction for Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and How to Think Smarter About People... Read more
John Murray Press is partnering with New Scientist in a new three-year publishing deal. JMP m.d. Nick Davies bought world rights in 18 titles from... Read more
Canongate has acquired a “haunting Kafkaesque narrative” from a debut Nigerian novelist. Louisa Joyner, editorial director of fiction at Canongate, bought Odafe Atogun’s Taduno’s Song... Read more
The Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction is seeking a new sponsor, following the conclusion of an "open-ended" arrangement with an anonymous donor which has funded... Read more
Bloomsbury has bought a book on social health by Julia Hobsbawm, the founder of knowledge networking business Editorial Intelligence and the world’s first professor in networking.... Read more
Toby Mundy, the founder and former c.e.o. of Atlantic Books, is to become the first director of the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-fiction.... Read more