Three days of high-level issue-driven programming at London Book Fair is set for the Main Stage series in April. By Porter Anderson, Editor-in-Chief | @Porter_Anderson Rapley: ‘Industry Big Hitters’ oday (February 1), organizers of London Book Fair (April 18 to 20) have announced details of an extensive Main Stage series of events, just as registration…
Drawn from an international field of writers working in English, the Rathbones Folio Prize shortlists add up to 15 titles. The post England’s Rathbones Folio Prize Announces 2023 Shortlists appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
The founders of Book2look and Bookshop.org announce a new partnership for book excerpts and marketing to Bookshop.org's site. The post Book2look Powers Look-Inside Excerpts at Bookshop.org appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Ex-president Donald Trump files $50m lawsuit against Bob Woodward and Simon & Schuster alleging breach of copyright interest by publishing The Trump Tapes: The Historical Record.
London Book Fair reveals 2023 speakers, with president and chief executive of HarperCollins Publishers Brian Murray among those billed.
Madeline McIntosh announces plans to step down from her role as c.e.o. of Penguin Random House US after almost three decades at the company.
Looking back at a 2015 post on the idea of interstitial publishing, a new form of publishing that aims to take advantage of what previously was viewed as lost time in between primary events during the day. The post Revisiting: Interstitial Publishing appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
OpenBooks, a new virtual initiative to connect young people with potential careers in the book industry, is to launch to the public later in February.
Rathbones Folio Prize shortlist revealed, featuring NoViolet Bulawayo, Jonathan Freedland and Yomi Soden across three categories.
Bloomsbury has acquired the rights to a ’generation-defining’ exploration of sex from actress Gillian Anderson, inspired by Nancy Friday’s My Secret Garden.
A 21-strong list of publishers including Hachette, HarperCollins, Penguin Random House and Bloomsbury have committed to a new Inclusivity Action Plan launched today (31st January) by the Publishers Association.
Rathbone Folio Prize shortlist revealed, featuring NoViolet Bulawayo, Jonathan Freedland and Yomi Soden across three categories.