The London Library has announced the 40 participants of its early career writing development programme, as the library plans its reopening for 6th July.
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.
Romance publishing's ugly secret Jun 25 2020 In an article in Vox titled "Bad Romance", Constance Grady (staff writer on cultural issues) talks about the long simmering issues in the world of romance publishing that have come to a head over these past few months: ... For years, the Romance Writers of America members of color had felt stigma and hostility ... they’d felt unwanted, disrespected, or simply shut out. So had the queer members, and the poly members, and everyone else who didn’t quite fit into the traditional romance mold. And in December 2019, all those years of slights,...
Patrick McGuinness has won the £10,000 RSL Encore Award for his “beautiful, haunting thriller” Throw Me To The Wolves (Jonathan Cape).
Hachette Children's Group will publish Ghostcloud, a middle-grade adventure by debut author Michael Mann.
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.
Adam Stower has become the second person to win the Alligator's Mouth Award for illustrated fiction.
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 Library Campaign has called for the government to do more to secure the facilities' future after the Covid-19 crisis.
Long-held assumptions held by the trade about writers of colour must be challenged and a concerted effort made to reach new and diverse audiences, the industry heard tuning into a webinar launching the Rethinking ‘Diversity’ in Publishing report.