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Last week The Bookseller held its first face-to-face event for 18 months: the FutureBook Conference took place on Friday 19th November, with about 250 delegates, speakers, sponsors, colleagues and volunteers at the event space at 155 Bishopsgate joining the more than 600 individuals who watched online.
University presses have had to adapt to the challenges brought on by Covid-19 and delays in the supply chain but many are making the most of new opportunities.
Oxford University Press dominates Nielsen’s academic charts, with 19 of the top 20 titles, however Mary Beard’s latest—and its hefty average selling price—has given a boost to its publisher Princeton University Press.
The University of Wales Press, which is gearing up to toast its centenary in 2022, has two titles celebrating the landmark and plans to launch a ‘start-up’ from within its operations.
After 26 years at Edinburgh University Press, Nicola Ramsey was named its interim c.e.o. five months ago, and has wasted no time looking to the future.
Academic Alex Hyde‘s first novel is a lyrical tale about two women named Violet during the Second World War.
Sweet Cherry imprint Clock Tower Publishing has acquired M J Sullivan’s YA sci-fi series inspired by gaming and virtual reality.
Russian state oil company Rosneft is discontinuing its remaining claim against HarperCollins over comments made in Catherine Belton's book Putin's People (William Collins).
Natasha Carthew, the artistic director of The Festival for Working Class Writers, is planning a UK tour in 2022 to address diversity and inclusion issues in the industry.
Birlinn imprint Polygon has signed a deal with crime writer Douglas Skelton for three more books in his “enthralling” Rebecca Connolly series.
Yale University Press is gearing up to publish A Little History of Art by Charlotte Mullins, an "exciting" addition to the press' Little Histories series.