Picador senior communications manager Paul Martinovic has been appointed to the new role of associate editor for backlist and popular non-fiction at the imprint.
Century has revealed the identity of the anonymous author of Anti-Social, the memoirs of an anti-social behaviour officer.
Waterstones chief operating officer Kate Skipper has announced a string of operational changes with former bookseller Luke Taylor appointed as retail director.
Hodder & Stoughton has acquired former High Court judge Sir Richard Henriques' account of famous criminal cases: From Crime to Crime.
Margaret Atwood has revealed her first poetry collection for a decade, Dearly, will be published by Vintage in November.
Increasing investment in libraries will be a key priority for Arts Council England over the next decade, according to its new 10-year strategy published today (27th January).
Elsevier has set up an Information Centre on the newly emerged coronavirus featuring in the current outbreak in China, with free information in English and Mandarin.
The Society of Authors and Authors Licensing and Collecting Society have expressed disappointment at the government's decision not to implement an EU law on copyright, intended to ensure "a well-functioning marketplace for copyright".
The Portobello Bookshop in Edinburgh has triumphed as the inaugural winner of the National Book Tokens Newcomer of the Year award.