FutureBook, The Bookseller's publishing conference, has announced the first speakers for its five-day virtual event.
A report compiled by the Publishers Association has found that one in six publishers think Artificial Intelligence will bring about "significant" change for the industry, with academic publishers set to benefit the most.
Hodder Studio will publish Sukh Ojla's debut novel Sunny in September 2021.
Pham Doan Trang, a Vietnamese author, pro-democracy campaigner and co-founder of Liberal Publishing House has been arrested for “anti-state propaganda”.
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Simon & Schuster is to publish former West Indies Test cricketer Michael Holding's Why We Kneel, How We Rise.
Publishing is a sector which many do not associate with investment in artificial intelligence. However, AI is already prevalent in many publishing businesses and all the signs show that this trend will continue. From content creation through to production, marketing and retail, AI is transforming the way in which we are support research, learning and creativity.
Pushkin Press will publish The False Rose by Swedish author Jakob Wegelius, the third title featuring the highly intelligent and resourceful gorilla Sally Jones.
Pan Macmillan has snapped up Holocaust survivor Eddie Jaku's memoir The Happiest Man on Earth, and has sold the title into 22 languages over just three weeks amid a frenzy of bids.
Serpent's Tail imprint Viper has landed a two-book deal with Dan Malakin, with 'heart-racing" thriller The Box to be published in summer 2022.