Harper Inspire's marketing and publicity manager Bengono Bessala – who first started working at the company as a trainee and is now a 2020 Rising Star – shares her top tips for securing a job after an internship.
The Blair Partnership has appointed Israeli pop singer and Eurovision winner Dana International as an agent-at-large for writers from the LGBTQ community.
HQ has scooped The Steel Girls, a debut novel from journalist and university lecturer Michelle Rawlins, in a three-book deal.
Vintage imprint Jonathan Cape will publish Sapiens: A Graphic History, a "radical reworking" in graphic novel style of Yuval Noah Harari's bestseller Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind.
Irenosen Okojie is to open Comma Press' National Creative Writing Industry Day, which will be held as a week-long online conference this year.
The London Review Bookshop has partnered with the MUBI streaming service for the broadcast of eight films to be accompanied by fortnightly conversations with writers.
Lucy Pearse is to join Simon & Schuster Children's as editorial director for fiction this autumn.
Canongate is to publish A Long Stride by Nicholas Morgan, a history of Johnnie Walker whisky.
Daunt Books Publishing has acquired The Breaks by Julietta Singh, the first non-fiction book on its Originals list, billed as a "visionary and moving" take on race, inheritance and mothering.
Simon & Schuster is to publish Let Us Dream from Pope Francis in December.