Welsh YA novelist Kat Ellis draws on her love of horror, forged in the 1980s and ‘90s, in her latest novel Harrow Lake, which marks her move to Penguin Random House
Clare Chambers’ latest novel, set in England in the 1950s, centres on a young woman’s mysterious claim of a ‘virgin birth’
Arrow has bagged a novel about a young British Iranian woman living in London and navigating love, family and friendship from PRH Children's editor Sara Jafari, in a two-book deal.
The London Library has announced the 40 participants of its early career writing development programme, as the library plans its reopening for 6th July.
In response to the discussions around the #PublishingPaidMe and #BookJobTransparency hashtags, and the open letter from the Black Writers’ Guild, the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) Book Branch recognises that these problems are not new and will not be fixed without ambitious, far-reaching changes to the industry.
The Trump family is reportedly seeking a court order to block the president's niece, Mary L Trump, and Simon & Schuster from publishing memoir Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man.
Hachette Children's Group will publish Ghostcloud, a middle-grade adventure by debut author Michael Mann.
Patrick McGuinness has won the £10,000 RSL Encore Award for his “beautiful, haunting thriller” Throw Me To The Wolves (Jonathan Cape).