Harvard's Tiya Miles wins the Cundill History Prize's top honor for 'All That She Carried,' a 2021 National Book Award winner. The post Tiya Miles Wins Canada’s $75,000 Cundill History Prize appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
The 13-year lead in communications and public relations at Frankfurt is taking a position with Wiesbaden's new Museum Reinhard Ernst. The post Frankfurter Buchmesse’s Kathrin Grün Leaves for the Museum Reinhard Ernst appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
In this program from the Mexican Publishers Association, IPA's Karine Pansa calls accessible publishing 'not only a good decision, but also a good commercial decision.' The post Guadalajara: CANIEM’S Seminar on Accessible Publishing appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Three English translations of Arabic literary works are now are in contention for the 2022 Saif Ghobash Banipal Prize. The post In England, the Banipal Prize Names Its 2022 Shortlist appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Jeremy Wilson’s “superb” book Beryl: In Search of Britain’s Greatest Athlete, Beryl Burton (Pursuit Books) has been crowned the winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award.
Foyles has named Sheena Patel’s I’m a Fan (Rough Trade Books) as its Fiction Book of the Year, alongside Thomas Halliday’s Otherlands (Allen Lane) as Non-Fiction Book of the Year and S F Said’s Tyger (David Fickling Books) as Children’s Book of the Year.
With Sri Lanka’s Shehan Karunatilaka and India’s Geetanjali Shree taking home two of publishing’s biggest prizes, what next for one of the world’s most overlooked literary regions? Why isn’t more south Asian fiction published outside the subcontinent? And is the tide now turning? As this year has shown, it’s prizeworthy stuff. In October, Sri Lankan…
The beginning of the holiday season means it’s time for our annual list of our favorite books read (and other cultural creations experienced) during the year. Part 3 today. The post Chefs’ Selections: Best Books Read and Favorite Cultural Creations During 2022, Part 3 appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
The Publishers Association (PA), Society of Authors (SoA) and The British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) have launched judicial review proceedings in respect of the Department for Education’s plans for Oak National Academy.
The European Commission announced late on Wednesday (30th November) that it had opened an in-depth inquiry into the proposed takeover of France’s Lagardère group by Vivendi.
A (Very) Short History of Life on Earth: 4.6 Billion Years in 12 Chapters by palaeontologist, evolutionary biologist and Nature editor Dr Henry Gee, and published by Pan Macmillan, has won the 2022 Royal Society Science Book Prize.
Suzanne Connelly has been promoted to commissioning editor of Ebury’s Smart Nonfiction Hub and Amanda Waters has been appointed editor, joining from fellow PRH division Vintage.
Katy Hessel’s The Story of Art Without Men (Hutchinson Heinemann) has been named as Waterstones Book of the Year for 2022.
Kathrin Grün, head of PR and Communications for Frankfurt Book Fair since 2017, is leaving to pursue a new career opportunity.
In a report designed to measure the economic impact of NYC's various publishing segments, the first-of-its-kind study found that the number of book publishing jobs dipped 1.7% between 2010 and 2020, while bookselling jobs tumbled 37.1%. The average book publishing salary was $119,000, compared to a $39,000 wage for booksellers.