Pearson signaled a strategic commitment to the digital future of higher education, affordability and lifelong learning by announcing it is breaking from the traditional education publishing model of lengthy and expensive print revisions.
Picador has scooped a witty 21st century astrology guide from Twitter stars the Astro Poets, helping readers navigate their friendships, career and love life.
Caitlin Moran and Peter James are among the authors on Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan's latest Book Club summer selections.
Around 150 firefighters tackled a blaze at an east London shopping centre, which includes the Walthamstow branch of Waterstones, this morning (22nd July), as police declared a major incident.
Viking has won a nine-way auction to publish Brixton-based youth worker Ciaran Thapar’s non-fiction debut, billed as "the first book to explore the youth violence epidemic".
Indie press Open Pen and Newham Bookshop are joining forces to host a fundraiser for the homeless in East London.
The History Press has scooped an "enthralling" book by Daniel Smith on how establishment forces reportedly tried to suppress a story about Lord Boothby and Ronnie Kray’s alleged interest in teenage boys.
Not-for-profit firm Jisc has launched three "next generation" library services for the higher education sector, including one that makes academic collections visible through web searches.
The Booksellers Association is calling on the trade to reduce its environmental impact and take the lead in sustainability and eco-friendly initiatives as it reveals its green manifesto.
The five-book deal and a collection of Amazon Original Stories from Dean Koontz is good news for Amazon Publishing. Could it signal defections ahead? The post Dean Koontz’s Jump to Amazon Publishing: Will Other Authors Follow? appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Now into its second decade, the reader-driven books award is introducing some exciting new features. But we still need your votesMug up here on the Not the Booker prize terms and conditionsThe Not the Booker prize is back – for the 11th time. We’ve been uncovering excellent novels for more than a decade, and that’s…
US Bible vendor Christian Book Distributors says its acronym has become confusing for customersAfter 40 years of trading, the American Christian bookseller CBD has been forced to change its name after customers in search of a different kind of balm – the cannabis-derived compound CBD – ended up in the wrong place.Christian Book Distributors, also…
Cassie Chadderton is being tapped by the London-based reading charity for 'her track record of representing policy and political and stakeholder relations.' The post The UK’s World Book Day Names a First Chief Executive appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
The Digital Public Library of America and publishing consultants Thad McIlroy and Bill Kasdorf have created a free, annotated ebook of the Mueller Report. The post Preparing for the Mueller Testimony: An Enhanced Edition of the Report appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.