Hodder Faith has created a new list for children up to age 12, to launch with Bear Grylls' Soul Fuel for Young Explorers.
Hodder & Stoughton will publish Never Stop Dreaming: My Euro 96 Story by Stuart Pearce, who played for England from 1987 to 1999.
This year's virtual Wigtown Book Festival will host the world premiere of Alexander McCall Smith's song cycle, "Ninian's Gift".
A debut poet is encouraging children aged seven to 11 to write poems about their daydreams, for the chance to have theirs printed in his first collection.
Richard & Judy's Autumn Book Club features returning novelist Jessie Burton, alongside two debut writers, in the six-strong line-up.
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.