BISG announced that book industry observer, consultant, and futurist Mike Shatzkin will receive its 2019 Lifetime Service Award.
Octopus imprint Mitchell Beazley will publish a brand-new cookbook from Higgidy founder Camilla Stephens, Higgidy – The Veggie Cookbook.
An official behind-the-scenes book of the record-breaking play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Parts One and Two" will be published by Little, Brown.
Indie publisher Allison & Busby has bagged a "wonderful" historical romance set on the Isle of Wight by debut author Heather Cooper.
Orion Fiction has scooped a "suspenseful page-turner" on new motherhood by Curtis Brown Creative alumna Nikki Smith in a two-book pre-emptive deal.
Dialogue has bought a debut from Nigerian-born author Buki Papillon about a boy's secret intersex identity and his desire to live as a girl.
Mirror Books has acquired the book behind the Netflix series "The Ted Bundy Tapes" with plans to publish next month.
Leading publishing industry figures have hailed the impact of Creative Access after the social enterprise group placed its 1,000th paid intern this week.
Forty-one small presses have made it into the regional and country shortlists of The British Book Awards’ new prize for Small Presses, sponsored by the CPI Group, launched to celebrate the innovative and nimble publishers making names for themselves outside the mainstream.
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Headline has acquired two books to tie-in with a new TV series based on Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens.
This year’s London Book Fair will host a live podcast stage for the first time with a line-up featuring Ian McEwan, Caroline O’Donoghue, Daisy Buchanan and many more.