The Booker Prize is to live stream its winner's ceremony on 17th November from Camden arts venue The Roundhouse, rather than holding its traditional dinner at the Guildhall, which won't now take place because of Covid-19.
Liz Hyder has won this year's Branford Boase Award for her "outstanding" children's debut novel, Bearmouth, sharing the prize with her editor Sarah Odedina, who is editor-at-large at Pushkin Children's Books.
Maggie O'Farrell has won the Women's Prize for Fiction with her “exceptional” novel Hamnet (Tinder Press), inspired by the life and death of Shakespeare’s only son.
Harvill Secker has triumphed in a five-way auction for agent Rachel Yoder’s debut Nightbitch, billed as a “transgressive” novel on modern motherhood.
Faber is to release two special editions of Kazuo Ishiguro's lastest novel, Klara and the Sun, which will be published next spring, tailored for Waterstones and for independent bookshops.
http://ttps://www.springernature.com/gp/librarians/landing/discoverability-visibility-accessArticles from all Springer Nature-owned journals will now be syndicated to academic-networking site ResearchGate, following "positive" feedback from the pilot phases, the publisher has announced.
Amazon UK Services paid £14.5m in corporation tax last year, up around 3% from £14m the year before, as profits rocketed.
Hodder & Stoughton will publish Rachel Bloom's memoir-in-essays, I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are, in November this year.
Rhiannon Carroll will be joining Midas PR as account director, it has been confirmed.
Matt Haig's latest novel, The Midnight Library (Canongate), and Bolu Babalola's story collection Love in Colour (Headline) are among the seven books that will be featured on the new BBC2 book club programme "Between the Covers", hosted by Sara Cox.