To mark the release of a new book about the master sports photographer Gerry Cranham, we asked co-author Mark Leech to choose his favourite images and recall some of Cranham’s anecdotes from the 60s and 70s.Buy a copy of This Sporting LifeOrder prints from £55 via The Guardian Print Shop Continue reading...
With membership of the Booksellers Association growing and indies rejuvenated by ‘shop local’ initiatives, its president AndyRossiter shares how the trade body served its members through lockdowns.
Black bookshop owners are finding that their efforts are paying off by sharing stories and bringing communities closer together through their local store.
The founder of The Book People, Seni Glaister, is launching a new retail platform for bookshops, Litalist, next year—and there are incentives for early adopters.
For her first title with Farshore, Jennifer Killick has conjured an exciting, chilling tale of friendship.
The Northern Writers’ Awards has opened for submissions with a chance to win a share of £40,000 in development opportunities as former winner Benjamin Myers (pictured) launches a new short story category.
Charo Press is to publish Jeferson Tenório's "forceful and timely" novel The Flipside of Skin, which has just been named the 2021 winner of Brazil's most prestigious literary prize, the Jabuti.
Sphere has netted Mark Billingham’s first new series for more than 20 years.
Authors including Howard Jacobson, novelist and comedian Isy Suttie and cookbook writer and cultural anthropologist Claudia Roden are among the line-up for Jewish Book Week, which returns as an in-person event next year.
The rights sales we list today come from children's books, illustrated work for adults, fiction, and from Norway, Spain, Russia, and Turkey. The post Rights Roundup: Text and Light From ‘The End of the World’ appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Some Friday Zen as Highlighter markers are made, and a classic trip to the crayon factory is revisited. The post Hypnotic Highlighters and Crayons appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Burning Eye Books has launched a crowdfunding page in an effort to continue publishing, after the pandemic "shredded" its finances.