Seven Dials is publishing an official Famous Five-inspired recipe book for grown-ups for the Christmas market.
The "majority of publishing assets" of the late Peter Mayer’s company Duckworth have been acquired by independent Prelude Books for an undisclosed sum.
The Edinburgh International Book Festival and Scottish literary journal Gutter Magazine have partnered to launch The Freedom Papers, a 164 page supplement in the journal's August issue exploring the concept of freedom.
Gallic Books has acquired a "quick, cruel, coming-of-age tale" about an abandoned girl from Miles Franklin-winner Sofie Laguna.
Waterstones has confirmed its Exeter High Street branch will remain open "until further notice" after news The Ivy has dropped plans to turn the bookshop into a new restaurant and bar.
Adam Nicolson has won 2018's Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize for The Seabird’s Cry (William Collins).
The Association of Writers & Writing Programs is severing its official relationship with the University of Maryland to become an autonomous nonprofit.
In our most recent salary and jobs survey, of the 664 people who responded, 119 said they have been sexually harassed.
A new illustrated biography illuminates the life and legacy of the creator of the legendary Rider-Waite tarot deck. (Sponsored)
Founded by Manuel Godoy and his wife, Geiszel Godoy, this startup publisher focused on releasing comics, chapter books, and picture books aimed at black parents and their children.
One of the great backlashes in our era of conglomerates is the steady growth of small-batch businesses. These are very small businesses that cater mostly to customers willing to spend more for a seemingly better and more controlled product offering. There are many happy consumers who will buy a four-pack of local brew for $16,…
Funders are increasingly demanding measurements of "real world" impact from researchers. Does this steer us toward the same traps we’re already in from the ways we already do research assessment? The post Measuring Societal Impact or, Meet the New Metric, Same as the Old Metric appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Bloomsbury has snapped up an "exquisite" novel and a short story collection about flawed masculinity from Benjamin Myers six weeks after he scooped the Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction for his book published by Bluemoose Books.