Atlantic Books has signed an "urgent and ingenious" book on the risks of interlinked technology by ex-Cabinet minister Sir Oliver Letwin.
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