Hanover, PA—On Friday, July 20, 2018, Sheridan President Paul Bozuwa will address the Professional and Scholarly Publishing (PSP) Books Committee at the McGraw-Hill/NY offices on the following topic: Running a Printing Company in 2018: Navigating the Challenges and Opportunities. The presentation, which is hosted by the Association of American Publishers (AAP) is set for 11…
Ben Dunn is the latest senior figure to leave Bonnier Publishing after resigning as managing director of its Kings Road Publishing imprint with immediate effect.
Laura Purcell has won the £10,000 Thumping Good Read Award for her "chilling" novel The Silent Companions (Raven Books).
Canongate has signed a new book in Scarlett Thomas's Worldquake children's book series.
The programme for this year’s The Bookseller Children’s Conference is now live, with speakers including Philip Pullman, HarperCollins, Penguin Random House and CLPE lined up to take part.
Little, Brown imprint Abacus will publish legal academic James Forman Jr’s Pulitzer-winning exploration of US justice.
Students at the University of Manchester have painted over a mural featuring Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If” in objection to his “racist” work.
Charlotte Robertson, sales and marketing director and paperback publisher at Faber, is to leave the company to become managing director of a new literary agency in association with Arlington Management.
In light of the Reflecting Realities report, Katrina Gutierrez explains how the industry can better support small presses working to increase representation in children's books.
Tash Aw, Jesse Greengrass and Fiona Mozley are among the 31 winners of the Society of Authors 2018 Authors' Awards.
Cautioning that 'every country is different' and 'you've just got to be patient' when entering a new market, Austin Macauley's Jade Robertson says she's pleased with her experience as one of Sharjah Publishing City's first publisher-clients. The post Interview: Jade Robertson on Entering the Arabic Market at Sharjah Publishing City appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Jocelyn Dawson and Rebecca McLeod interview Safiya Noble, author of "Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism". The post Guest Post: Safiya Umoja Noble and the Ethics of Social Justice in Information (Part 1) appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Hachette Children’s Group has acquired a three-book teen series from founder of #UKYAChat, blogger and YouTuber Lucy Powrie in a pre-emptive deal.