The Bookseller is calling for authors to pen an “ode to booksellers” as part of a celebration of the trade during a time when high-street bookshops are unable to open their doors.
Father and daughter Kazuo and Naomi Ishiguro will come together at an event for the first time in the Southbank Centre's "Inside Out" season, organisers have announced.
Picador has netted New Animal, a “sharp and witty” debut novel by poet and sculptor Ella Baxter.
Senior manager at Curtis Brown Creative Jennifer Kerslake takes us behind the scenes.
Whether you’re a huge fan of all things horror or are ready to dip your toes into the world of horror, the Summer Scares list is an excellent way to experience the incredible depths of these books. This year’s slate of 2021 Summer Scares winners is especially exciting, as it was open to international authors as well as U.S. authors, given the realities of the pandemic and virtual connectivity. In celebration of National Library Lover’s Day, the Horror Writers Association (HWA), in partnership with United for Libraries, Book Riot, and Booklist, is delighted to announce the third annual Summer Scares...
HarperNorth has signed a “bold and hopeful” book on political and social divisions by Youth Endowment Fund executive director Jon Yates.
The idea for Muslim Voices in Publishing was born out of a feeling of loneliness – something that we have all experienced in multitudes over the many months of isolation and social distancing. The past year has been a stark reminder that, in anything we set out to do, there is often a need for a community, and it's no different within the world of publishing. As a young Black Muslim woman, I've often found the publishing industry can be terrifying if you're looking in from the outside.
Non-essential retailers in England could reopen as early as the end of March as part of an easing of lockdown restrictions, it has been reported.