A special paperback anniversary limited edition of David Walliams and Tony Ross' Gangsta Granny will be published by HarperCollins Children's Books this autumn, to mark a decade since its first release.
Sebastian Faulks has spoken of how male authors writing female characters is increasingly viewed with scepticism, while Richard Powers revealed the impact of the pandemic on his book, in a Hutchinson Heinemann showcase.
HarperCollins has joined forces with not-for-profit recycling programme Wastebuster on its "recycle to read" campaign, which aims to develop a UK wide infrastructure for the recycling of hard to recycle plastics, and engage children in environmental education by showing them the value of their old and unwanted toys.
Comedian Ian Moore’s mystery series Follet Valley, including the first book Death and Croissants (Farrago), has been optioned for TV by the company behind Agatha Raisin.
Audible is giving its members unlimited access to more than 7,500 titles spanning fiction, non-fiction, documentaries, comedy, theatre, journalism and children’s content, as part of its new Plus Catalogue which launches today (28th July).
Supermarket chain Marks & Spencer is launching its first children's book with HarperCollins about sustainability, the origins of food and how to contribute to a greener world.
HarperCollins is partnering with The Reading Agency to provide libraries with free access to 35 e-books for children as part of its Summer Reading Challenge.
The industry has paid tribute to "brilliant storyteller" and crime author Clare Dunkel, also known as Mo Hayder, who has died from motor neurone disease.
Hannah Chukwu, assistant editor at PRH imprint Hamish Hamilton, has been announced as a finalist for the 2021 Black British Business Awards in the Arts and Media Rising Star category.
Books exploring intersectionality have dominated both 2021 Polari Prize shortlists, with Booker winner Douglas Stuart and Paul Mendez both nominated and half the titles coming from independent publishers.