Charkin's Law, according to the eponymous Richard Charkin in London: 'Everything that can go wrong will go wrong.' The post Richard Charkin: Unintended Consequences in Publishing appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
The German-based digital and audio distribution company Bookwire, announces a new agreement with the US-based John Marshall Media. The post Germany’s Bookwire and the States’ John Marshall Media in Partnership appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
BBC Radio 1 broadcasters Greg James and Chris Smith have won the 2024 Ruth Rendell literacy award for their work promoting reading in schools.
Penguin Random House UK (PRH UK) will no longer be closing its Grantham warehouse, and will instead use it as the new operational hub for Penguin Random House US to fulfil its orders to customers in continental Europe
Twelve titles from 11 regions spanning 10 languages have won English PEN’s flagship translation awards.
The Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals (CILIP) says it is “concerned at increasing reports of a significant number of proposed changes to public library services which appear to be motivated primarily financially rather than by the needs of service users”.
The trustees of the Royal Society of Literature have confirmed their "full support” for the charity’s director, Molly Rosenberg, and will adopt a new code of conduct “to ensure that the working environment is safe and respectful for all”.
Sarah Caro, the publishing director at Basic Books UK, will step down from her role at the end of February, and associate publisher Joe Zigmond will take over the helm at the non-fiction imprint in March.
Tor Books — part of Pan Macmillan’s Pan division — is launching two new imprints: Tor Bramble, a new romantasy imprint and Tor Nightfire, a new horror imprint.