Doubleday will publish Joseph Knox's True Crime Story, which the author calls his "most ambitious work", in summer 2021.
Sep 24 2020 For those in dismay at the prospect of wet, dark evenings and social isolation this autumn, a luxury desert island resort in the Maldives is looking for a live-in bookseller to start next month. The eco resort of Soneva Fushi, on Kunfunadhoo Island in the Maldives, has played host to three “barefoot booksellers” since 2018: the most recent, Chrissy Ryan, left in April as the coronavirus pandemic swept the world. But with the Maldives reopening to international visitors, Soneva Fushi is now in need of a bookseller to run a smallshop on the private island, with the...
Orion Fiction has acquired two books by journalist Amy Lavelle including her debut, Definitely Fine.
Faber is to publish musician and composer Warren Ellis' debut title, Nina Simone's Gum, featuring an introduction by Nick Cave.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak's new Job Support Scheme has been broadly welcomed by the Publishers Association and Creative Industries Federation.
Back in March, I was watching Twitter like it was a countdown, waiting like so many others for the inevitable to happen and for the London Book Fair to be cancelled.
A growing number of publishers and prominent authors have added their voices of support for Booker Prize-shortlisted author Tsitsi Dangarembga, who was arrested in Harare in July.
Puffin has netted The Dream Team, a football-themed middle-grade series from Priscilla Mante, in a two-book deal.
Children's books have seen a boom during coronavirus-hit 2020 with non-fiction heading for a record year, according to Nielsen.
Quercus is publishing a new book by cycling pro Geraint Thomas, Mountains According to G, described as a love letter to the sportsman's favourite climbs.