CJK Group will make Thomson-Shore’s Dexter, Mich., production facility a warehouse and offered jobs to roughly formerly 100 workers.
Artbook/D.A.P. has launched a new global sales and distribution programme to expand its reach into bookshops, wholesalers and libraries in the UK and beyond.
As the first National Writing Day approaches, the co-founder of the Ministry of Stories explains how creative writing can transform children’s lives.
Firefly Press has landed a “scary and heart-warming” middle grade sci-fi horror by Jennifer Killick.
A busy publication schedule which included new releases from heavy hitters could do nothing to dislodge Pinch of Nom and Normal People from the UK Official Top 50 top two spots.
A mysterious billboard in Leicester Square has sparked speculation online that 4th Estate has just dropped a major hint of imminent news on the long-awaited final novel in Hilary Mantel’s Thomas Cromwell trilogy.
Penguin Books will publish a sequel to Karen M McManus’ bestselling YA thriller One Of Us Is Lying, entitled One of Us is Next.
Author Jokha Alharthi and translator Marilyn Booth have won the Man Booker International Prize 2019 for Celestial Bodies, published by small Scottish indie Sandstone Press, with Alharthi the first author from the Arabian Gulf to win the award.
The Man Booker International has its first Arabic-language winner. Oman's Jokha Alharthi and Boston-born translator Marilyn Booth split the £50,000 award. The post Oman’s Jokha Alharthi and Translator Marilyn Booth Win the 2019 Man Booker International Prize appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
First female Omani novelist to be translated into English shares £50,000 prize with translator Marilyn Booth – the first time an Arabic book has wonJokha Alharthi, the first female Omani novelist to be translated into English, has won the Man Booker International prize for her novel Celestial Bodies.Alharthi, the £50,000 award’s first winner to write…
Writers including Neil Gaiman, Marina Lewycka, Nikesh Shukla, Philip Pullman and John le Carré warn that the book industry is just one of the many that will suffer if the UK leaves the EUWe are writers. We are your writers, the United Kingdom’s writers. We write the TV shows on UK screens and the books…
The new German Nonfiction Prize is designed to be 'a platform for books and authors whose topics affect people today and inspire them to think and debate.' The post Germany’s Börsenverein Will Award First Nonfiction Prize in 2020 appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Many publishing insiders have praised the use of "sensitivity readers" in children’s and YA books, however two authors who used them or similar services in recent months were still criticised for transphobia and cultural appropriation.