Atlantic Books has announced that 2018 saw its first operating profit since 2009.
Atlantic will publish Jonathan Lethem’s first crime novel for 20 years next April.
Atlantic Books is now "standing on its own two feet" as it begins to turn a profit after four years’ majority ownership under Allen & Unwin,... Read more
Atlantic’s revenue dropped in 2016 following a 20% slump in e-book sales, but the indie publisher’s managing director has said the firm is on course... Read more
Atlantic imprint Corvus has signed a "completely compulsive" psychological thriller by Jennifer Hillier in a "hotly contested and fiercely fought auction".
DK c.e.o. Ian Hudson said UK Prime Minister Theresa May was “inhuman” for “playing with people’s lives” in her Brexit negotiations, while HarperCollins UK c.e.o.... Read more
Brexit has not stopped the flow of deals struck by UK publishers at the Frankfurt Book Fair, as new imprints, “hungry” for big acquisitions, are... Read more
Atlantic Books' sales rose 21% in 2015, from £5m to £6m, Will Atkinson, m.d. of Atlantic, has confirmed following publication of the company's latest accounts. ... Read more
Author earnings could be hit in the wake of Brexit following the erosion of exclusivity rights in Europe, the Society of Authors and literary agents... Read more
Following the UK's decision to leave the European Union, The Bookseller asked leaders in the book industry for their thoughts on the key issues that... Read more