The annual list of the book trade’s next generation features a number of youngsters who are already right at the heart of the contemporary book trade.
Capital author John Lanchester has penned a "thrilling and hypnotic" new novel set for publication in January 2019.
The Oliphant is once again back in the room: since its 14-week streak at the top of the Weekly E-Book Ranking was brought to an end in mid-May, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine has adopted a one-week-on, one-week-off schedule, returning to the top spot for a third time in five weeks.
Publishers and authors have expressed their disappointment and "worry" after a controversial EU copyright law was rejected by parliament.
Publishers and past winners joined the Duchess of Cornwall at a reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate 50 years of the Man Booker Prize last night.
In her "fastest acquisition yet", editorial director for Orion Spring Olivia Morris pre-empted two books on baby loss and grief by Zoe Clark-Coates.
On the heels of the rapper’s deal with Random House, a look at the stars dipping their toes into publishing with imprints of their ownWith the launch of his new book imprint with publishing giant Random House, announced on Thursday via Instagram, the grime rapper Stormzy joined a growing list of entertainers and musicians who…
The Lost Words (Hamish Hamilton) has become the first children’s book to be shortlisted for the £5,000 Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize for nature writing.
Bertrams’ new owner Aurelius has installed a new management team four months after buying the wholesaler.
Bloomsbury is set to publish a new book by bestselling author and professor of global history at Oxford University, Peter Frankopan.
Chief executive Charlie Redmayne revealed HarperCollins had begun its third century “incredibly strongly”, at the publisher’s summer party, attended by guests such as David Cameron and Eddie Redmayne.
Tim Godfray, executive chairman of the Booksellers Association, has written to all UK MEPs asking them to support publishers in their fight against copyright infringement.
Head of Zeus has signed a "brilliant and terrifying tale of mystery and imagination" by Michelle Paver for six figures.
The public should be "weaponised" into supporting libraries as part of a shift towards activism, attendees at the annual conference for the library and information association were told.