The U.S. Department of Commerce slightly lowered tariffs on imported Canadian newsprint from a maximum 32%, to a maximum 20.26% duty.
The Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Presses is moving into its third year with a major new sponsor, the University of East Anglia (UEA), whose MA Creative Writing students will also have a single bloc vote on the 2019 Prize judging panel.
Simon & Schuster has hit back at legal threats from Donald Trump over his former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman's book, telling the American president's lawyers "at base, your letter is nothing more than an obvious attempt to silence legitimate criticism of the president".
John Murray has acquired a business history of the rise of Premier League football by Wall Street Journal writers Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg.
As well as slashing fees for short stories, the magazine has demanded fiction writers waive all rights to their workThe new issue of the Woman’s Weekly fiction special is out now, promising its readers short stories from writers who “never fail to come up with new twists and turns and unexpected plots”. But, in a…
Donald Samulack offers thoughts on typesetting, design, font choice and how the brain processes information to create meaning. The post Guest Post: Reflections on Text and Language Perception, and the Ramifications for Publishing Workflows appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Iranian illustrator Marjan Vafaeian has received a visa ahead of an appearance at the Edinburgh International Book Festival but illustrator-in-residence Ehsan Abdollahi is still waiting, their publisher has said.
Sphere is publishing the first book of London rescue cat Curious Zelda, whose startled look has attracted a following of more than 80,000 on Twitter.
Illustrator Neil Gower gives us a glimpse into his process for designing the cover for Clare Best’s The Missing List and explains the challenges distinct to this brief.