CJK Group will acquire the equipment and assume the customer contracts at the facility. The new entity will operate under the name Sheridan Kentucky and will align under the Sheridan division of the CJK Group.
When Benjamin Dean began to pursue his dream of writing fiction, he did not expect his début to be a novel for children. “I never really anticipated writing for children at that time,” he tells me, speaking on the phone from his London home. His middle-grade novel Me, My Dad and the End of the…
Influx Press has signed The Service, a novel about sex work from Frankie Miren, billed as an “engaging and clear-eyed tackling of a controversial subject, wrapped up in a gripping narrative”.
The Bodley Head and the Financial Times have announced Carrie Jade Williams as the winner of their eighth annual essay prize.
The Warwick Prize for Women in Translation has been won by The Eighth Life (for Brilka) by Nino Haratischvili, translated from German by Charlotte Collins and Ruth Martin (Scribe).
The pandemic has put the kibosh on innumerable events this year, one of which was a big 50th anniversary bash for the Open University Press (OpenUP). Half a century is a good innings for any publisher, but it was to be a particularly celebratory occasion for OpenUP and its boss, head of publishing Laura Pacey,…
The manager of actor Kenneth More's estate is to publish the actor's first biography in almost 40 years.
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Sphere has announced that actor Allan Corduner will narrate the audiobook of Parting Words by 100-year-old human rights lawyer Benjamin Ferencz.
Sphere will publish The Haunting Season, a "dazzling" collection of "haunted tales".
The debut novel from former Daunt Books bookseller Ben Hinshaw will be published by Viking in spring 2022.
Graham Norton, Dara McAnulty and Donal Ryan were among the winning authors at the virtual An Post Irish Book Awards.