BIGNY’s “Designer’s Roundtable Program – 2018 New York Book Show Winners” event will focus on the winners of the New York Book Show.
Heather Morris’ The Tattooist of Auschwitz is proving indelible in both the Mass-Market Fiction chart number one—it racked up its 10th consecutive pole last week—and the Weekly E-Book Ranking top spot, which it grabbed for a sixth time.
Leodora Darlington, publishing executive at Bookouture, has launched Owned Voices - a creative writing workshop focused specifically on nurturing writing talent from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds in publishing.
Poet Kate Clanchy is to chair the judging panel for the 2019 Rathbones Folio Prize.
William Heinemann is publishing a new work by Goldsmiths and IMPAC prize winner Nicola Barker, called I Am Sovereign.
The Darley Anderson Children’s Book Agency has moved to a new office, following the appointment of a new agent.
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The Publishers Association has tentatively welcomed the outcome of last night’s no-confidence vote, with Theresa May’s continued leadership increasing the chances of a deal-based Brexit which would at least give publishers "a basis on which they can plan for the future".
Michael Joseph is looking to clean up in 2019 with a book from Instagram star Mrs Hinch, secured in an 11-way auction.
Watson, Little Ltd has hired the literary agency’s first rights director, Rachel Richardson.
Atlantic will publish Jonathan Lethem’s first crime novel for 20 years next April.
4th Estate will publish a novel and memoir by parliamentary sketch writer John Crace.