Yellow Kite has won psychotherapist and mental health consultant Zoë Aston's first book in a five-way auction.
Faber is to publish The Nolan Variations: Movies, Mysteries and Marvels of Christopher Nolan by Tom Shone this autumn.
A planned Amazon television adaptation of the late Scottish author Iain M Banks’ space opera, Consider Phlebas, has been cancelled.
The Discomfort of Evening (Faber) by 29-year-old Marieke Lucas Rijneveld, translated by Michele Hutchison, has won the £50,000 International Booker Prize.
The London Book Fair was planned to be the platform for Thames & Hudson to reveal its revamped branding, after discussions aroun its key series led to a period of visual reflection
Michael Joseph has signed a memoir from Dr Peter Scott-Morgan, whose life story is the subject of a documentary "Peter: The Human Cyborg", airing this evening (26th August) on Channel 4.
Jonathan Cape has signed a “radical” in-depth exploration of the global water crisis by South African journalist Rosa Lyster.
Glennon Doyle's Untamed (Ebury) has rolled up from the deep of the Amazon Charts and into the Most-Sold: Non-Fiction top spot, following a recommendation from Adele.
Bolinda has scooped a “laugh out loud” romantic comedy by debut author Aly Mennuti, featuring a literary agent based partly on the author's own, Simon Trewin.
A number of authors have withdrawn their books from Bloomsbury India, after the publishing house pulled Monika Arora's Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story, scheduled for publication this autumn.