Pearson pulled its BTEC results last night (19th August), the evening before they were to be released, saying it is regrading them in line with GCSEs and A-Levels.
Author Florence Given is launching an instagram campaign, encouraging followers to pose with a copy of her debut feminist memoir, Women Don't Owe You Pretty (Cassell).
Emma Whipday and Oliver Morgan have jointly won this year's £3,000 Shakespeare's Globe Book Award.
The Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival is hosting a one-off interview with Lee Child, ahead of the publication of his biography The Reacher Guy: The Authorised Biography of Lee Child (Constable) by Dr Heather Martin.
Trapeze and Ordnance Survey will publish their third puzzle book together, The Ordnance Survey Great British Treasure Hunt, in November.
The Borough Press editor and Rising Star 2020 Ore Agbaje-Williams – who spearheaded her company's BAME open submissions period with The Good Literary Agency – shares her top tips for pitching and launching a new work project.
Margaret Atwood is marking the paperback publication of her Booker-winning novel The Testaments (Chatto) with a live streamed event via Fane Online.
Arts Council England has urged businesses to apply for the Culture Recovery Fund before the first round's deadline this Friday (21st August).
The US publishing industry’s revenues are down 4.2% for the year to date, according to the Association of American Publishers' latest StatShot report, although Trade sales in the six-month period held on with a rise of almost 3% compared to the first half of 2019.
Farrago, Duckworth's fiction imprint, has acquired Lee Farnsworth’s debut novel Odd Bird.