Jon Wood, Orion’s group publisher, is leaving the company after 18 years.
We talked to Jesmyn Ward about her National Book Award-winnning third novel Sing, Unburied, Sing.
Penguin Random House has bought a new children’s series, about a girl genius called Max Einstein, by James Patterson.
The Northern Fiction Alliance proposes an eight-point plan to address the issue of regional diversity in publishing.
John Linton offers his thoughts on diversity, perspective, and the need for empathy. The post Guest Post: One LGBT Perspective on Bias in Scholarly Publishing appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Film, broadcasting, publishing and performing sectors nowhere near representative of UK Working-class people continue to be hugely under-represented in the arts, and the people at the top – mostly well-paid, middle-class white men – are least likely to see it. This conclusion was reached in a new report published today, billed as the first sociological…
Scandi psychological suspense novel A Nearly Normal Family has been won by Pan Macmillan in a six-figure deal for two books, while a number of publishers are bidding for UK rights to The Warehouse as London Book Fair draws to a close for 2018.
Pan Macmillan has acquired a further three titles in Peter James’ Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series in a seven-figure deal.
We spoke to debut author Carmen Maria Machado, following her shortlisting for the 2018 Dylan Thomas Prize.
Luxury catering company Feast and Waterstones Tottenham Court Road (TCR) have teamed up to present a four-part seasonal series of literary-inspired supper clubs.
Workshops and masterclasses are part of the plan for events in July's three-day 'Man Booker 50' celebration of a half-century of Man Booker Prize for Fiction awards. Tickets now are on sale. The post ‘Man Booker 50’ Celebration Features Stars, Commentary, Workshops appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.