Guinness World Records 2024 nabs a second consecutive number in a week which saw Julia Donaldson’s all-time Nielsen BookScan sales eclipse the £220m mark.
Marisa Linton’s The Pouka King has won the overall Times/Chicken House Award, the prize of which is a £10,000 publishing contract.
Martin MacInnes’ In Ascension (Atlantic) has been chosen by booksellers as Blackwell’s Book of the Year 2023. The book was shortlisted alongside Emperor of Rome by Mary Beard (Profile) and Pari Thomson’s debut Greenwild (Macmillan Children’s Books).
FutureBook delegates heard from industry experts on the importance of "feasibility" in navigating AI.
Entertainment, arts and culture agency Premier has bought Edinburgh-based agency The Corner Shop PR Scotland from its founder and m.d. Susie Gray.
Digital publishing company Bookwire is expanding its WAY Audiobook Production Service "to meet growing demand from publishers in English, Spanish and Brazilian markets".
Nicola Solomon, The Society of Authors’ c.e.o., says writers "can’t afford" for copywriting, research and editing jobs to go to machines.
At Guadalajara's fair, Bologna Children's Book Fair and Italy's publishers are among market participants. The post At Guadalajara: EU Guest of Honor, and Italy in Mexico appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
A selection of questions and answers from Copyright Clearance Center's response to the United States Copyright Office “Artificial Intelligence and Copyright" request for comment. The post The United States Copyright Office Notice of Inquiring on AI: A Quick Take appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Canongate’s Jenny Fry has discussed the company’s recently devised bonds scheme.
Russian businessman claims book defamed him, while authors say aim is to destroy their reputationA Russian businessman has successfully taken legal action to ban a book in Germany about the Kremlin and its spy agencies, in a case that freedom of speech groups have described as an alarming attack on public interest reporting.Two London-based Russian…
The fair celebrated its 10th anniversary this year, hosting 478 exhibitors from 25 countries and territories, including 127 from overseas, and 42,733 visitors—making CCBF the biggest event dedicated to kids' books and content in Asia.
'We could all use a little more empathy in the world,' the 2023 Royal Society Prize laureate Ed Yong says. The post Ed Yong’s ‘Immense World’ Wins the Royal Society Prize appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.