Lagom, the imprint from Bonnier Publishing's King's Road, has signed a new fitness title by Daniel Wheeler, star of Channel 4’s "Super Slimmers".
Trapeze has signed the debut novel of Sunday Times journalist Leaf Arbuthnot.
Canongate is to mark the global publication of filmmaker David Lynch’s "highly anticipated" memoir, Room to Dream, with a marathon "Twin Peaks" viewing session.
Jane Shemilt’s third novel, How Far We Fall (Michael Joseph), has been snapped up for development as a TV drama by production company Twelve Town.
A new, refreshing bible for young black women aims to speak to a demographic neglected by mainstream self-help.
Culture won’t be diluted by promoting minority writers. Its privileged ‘defenders’ are just trying to silence other voicesThe furore over Penguin’s wise and brave decision to “reflect the diversity of British society” in its publishing and hiring output seems to have awoken the usual knuckle-dragging, semi-blind suspects with their endlessly repeated terrors and fears. They…
You've heard from the delegates at large. Now come hear what the SSP Fellows thought about the Annual Meeting in Chicago earlier this month. The post Ask The Fellows: What Surprised You Most About Scholarly Communications At The SSP Annual Meeting? appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Jocelyn Dawson reviews the panel on Building an Inclusive Culture in Scholarly Publishing from the recent SSP Annual Meeting. The post Guest Post: Building an Inclusive Culture in Scholarly Publishing is “Everybody’s Everyday Work” appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Julia Roberts is set to star in an Amazon Studios adaptation of Chris Cleave’s 2008 novel The Other Hand (Sceptre), known in the US as Little Bee.
Amazon has come under fire for removing reviews from its online book listings, with some customers having had all their reviews removed or being blocked from posting further reviews.
Campaigns for Imogen Hermes Gowar's The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock (Vintage) and Rupy Aujla's The Doctor's Kitchen (HarperCollins) have been ranked among the best marketing campaigns of spring 2018.
HarperCollins Children’s Books has revealed the cover of Judith Kerr’s new picture book to celebrate the author’s 95th birthday.
Jack Martin, a 23-year-old carpenter from Devon, has won this year’s Big Idea Competition with an idea based on a story he wrote in primary school.
Goldsboro Books has increased its sponsorship for the 2019 Romantic Novel Awards, run by the Romantic Novelists' Association.
Weidenfeld & Nicolson is to publish We Need New Stories, a "vital" book about dangerous myths that are maintaining the status quo.
TV rights for former agent Hannah Begbie’s debut Mother have been sold to Clerkenwell Films following a four-way auction.
The Oxford English Dictionary is announcing more than 900 new 'words, senses, and subentries'. And the Aldus network in Europe has added a worldwide translation grant finder for publishers. The post Lists of the Week: Aldus’ New Translation Grant Finder and the OED’s Latest Entries appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.