BIGNY’s “Designer’s Roundtable Program – 2018 New York Book Show Winners” event will focus on the winners of the New York Book Show.
Nadia Shireen’s The Bumblebear (Puffin) is now available in braille via ClearVision’s library scheme thanks to a partnership with BookTrust.
New research has highlighted the “integral role” UK academic publishing plays in facilitating innovation.
Investigative journalist John Carreyrou has won the £30,000 Financial Times and McKinsey & Company Business Book of the Year Award 2018 for Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup (Picador).
£80m has been invested to develop nine new creative hubs across the UK, in Bristol, Leeds, London, York, Cardiff, Belfast, Dundee and Edinburgh, in a programme involving brands such as Audible.
HQ celebrated 24 of its crime authors with a Crime Fiction Showcase, coinciding with the second anniversary of the imprint.
The London Book Fair's day-long Writer’s Summit will return for a second year, featuring the author duo behind Slay in your Lane and writer Daisy Buchanan.
David Walliams and Tony Ross’ The Ice Monster (HarperCollins) has blasted into the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 111,057 copies in its first three days on sale—up 20% on 2017 title Bad Dad’s first three days.
An independent bookshop, The Mainstreet Trading Company’s Bookshop & Café, has been named Britain’s Best Small Shop of 2018.
Gail Honeyman’s bestselling debut Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine (HarperCollins) has scooped the Books Are My Bag Readers' Choice Award, while Philip Pullman and The Secret Barrister also scored prizes.
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Scottish Book Trust has announced the Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship for professional writers living in Scotland is now open for applications.
Unbound is to give 345 copies of the refugee anthology, A Country to Call Home, to schools and youth organisations across the UK, including Essex, Kent, Norfolk and Yorkshire.
Roxane Gay is appearing in conversation with Liv Little, the founder of gal-dem, for her very first visit to the UK.
Thames & Hudson will publish the debut picture book, The Star in the Forest, by Glasgow-based author and illustrator Helen Kellock.