Bestselling children’s author Cressida Cowell is spearheading a new schools writing campaign, encouraging teachers to let children write creatively and independently.
Lightning Books has bought the second novel by the Scottish-born winner of Australia’s richest literary prize, Ryan O’Neill, about a 19th century short story reimagined 99 times.
With tracks in both English and German, and translation for plenary sessions that bring the two together, the 2018 Publishers Forum program is devised to sort out genuinely promising tech from fads. The post Publishers’ Forum Opens Today in Berlin: Preview of ‘New Tech’ and Level Heads appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Exeter's branch of Blackwell’s is preparing a "19th-century love inn" with the city's Southernhay House Hotel.
The author whose love of animals has spawned a series of bestsellers opens a new four-part sleuth series, her first books for Macmillan Children’s.
Simon & Schuster UK has acquired two books by American YA debut author Erin Stewart following a five-publisher auction.
Production company Eleventh Hour is teaming up with David Morrissey to adapt Louise Doughty's Whatever You Love (Faber) for television.