Shoppers will be cautious about returning to the high street but Waterstones will emerge from the coronavirus crisis and eventually have a wider range of shops, the firm's c.e.o. James Daunt has said.
Children's author and illustrator Rob Biddulph has broken the Guinness world record for largest online art class, in collaboration with Entrepreneur First and Art World Records.
The coronavirus pandemic has seen a “huge swing” towards print on demand (p.o.d.), Ingram's senior vice-president David Taylor has said.
Jonny Geller has warned that publishers must adapt creatively now to remain "relevant" in the near future.
Hachette UK will not be exhibiting at this year's Frankfurt Book Fair, the firm has announced.
Vietnam's Liberal Publishing House has been announced as this year's International Publisher's Association's Prix Voltaire laureate.
It’s early 2012 and a young boy is walking home when he is fatally shot in the back by a police officer. The officer claims the boy – only seventeen at the time – was reaching for a gun. All the boy had on him was a packet of Skittles and a can of Arizona iced tea. Now it’s the summer of 2013, and as the boy’s entire community mourn his death – and many others who have been murdered in the year that has passed – the police officer, scared of the boy with black skin holding a packet...
Lina Langlee has left the Kate Nash Literary Agency to join the North Literary Agency.
Blackwell's is closing five of its university campus branches to "protect the future health" of its business following the coronavirus crisis.