The U.S. Department of Commerce slightly lowered tariffs on imported Canadian newsprint from a maximum 32%, to a maximum 20.26% duty.
The team behind a picture book created by Lisa Wells, who has terminal cancer, has surpassed its initial crowdfunding target of £5,000.
William Collins has acquired a "brilliant and original" new history of London by writer and economist Niall Kishtainy.
Artist Mike Medaglia is launching Liminal 11, a publishing company for comics and illustrated titles.
A literary agency in Turkey is calling on publishers and agents around the world to support the country's book trade with their "understanding" following the economic crisis and fall of the lira.
Trapeze is publishing a biography of Kurt Cobain by his former manager, Danny Goldberg, coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the Nirvana frontman's death.
A High Court has ruled that Northamptonshire County Council's bid to close 21 libraries was unlawful.
Jim Underwood, who has died aged 78, was a varied, thoughtful and intelligent translator, whose work was published under the name JA Underwood.From the early 1970s until his death, he was one of the key figures in bringing to a wide audience many remarkable works of French and German literature. I was lucky enough to…
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BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Rachael Bland, who has incurable cancer, is in a "race against time" to publish a memoir for her two-year-old son, Freddie.
Pan Macmillan has paid tribute to the “great and controversial” author V S Naipaul who died aged 85 on Saturday night.
The Home Office’s refusals to grant a visa to Nayrouz Qarmout means the Palestinian author will not be able to speak at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, according to her UK publisher.
Pan Macmillan is releasing new audio editions of 12 classic Ken Follett thrillers, read by well-known actors including Richard Armitage and Emilia Fox.