Eleanor Maxfield is joining The Quarto Group as publisher of a new imprint focusing on commercial cookery and wellness.
The National Centre for Writing is supporting 14 emerging literary translators through its mentoring programme.
The open letter demands publishers and trade organisations "cease efforts to undermine the essential contributions of libraries to an accessible and inclusive world of books”.
Ahead of Jonny Geller's 'Executive Talk' at Frankfurt, a 'new generation' moves into new roles and responsibility at Curtis Brown. The post International Translation Day: Curtis Brown’s Rights Teams appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Farshore has announced the winners of its Reading for Pleasure teacher awards, which celebrate the innovative ways teachers inspire reading in the classroom.
Natalie Bradley has been promoted to the role of Hamlyn editorial director, effective from 1st October, ahead of a relaunch for the Octopus imprint in 2023.
The winners of the inaugural Fingerprint Awards, celebrating international crime and thriller writing, have been announced, with S A Cosby, C J Tudor and Abigail Dean among the winners, while the late Thalia Proctor was also honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
'We fully support Tsitsi in her appeal,' says IPA's Kristenn Einarsson. 'Failing to do so would be to condemn all Zimbabweans to silence.' The post IPA Joins Criticism of Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Conviction appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
The £5,000 Klaus Flugge Prize is named for the Hamburg-born publisher who founded Andersen Press in 1976. The post In the UK: Illustrator Joseph Namara Hollis Wins Klaus Flugge Prize appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car and the National Literacy Trust are giving away 25,000 copies of Sir Lenny Henry’s first novel, The Boy With Wings, to Year Five and Six pupils across the UK.
It's that time of year again, the 2022 Ig Nobel Prizes have been announced. The post Post-publication Peer Review via the Ig Nobel Prizes appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Members of the book trade are gearing up for the London Marathon this weekend, running for a number of worthy causes.
Books about football dominate this the longlist year for this year’s William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award longlist, in a record breaking year for entries.
Oxford University Press (OUP) is launching a three-year campaign to help children become "lifelong readers" post-pandemic.