What can be done within the publishing industry to unpick damaging stereotypes surrounding those who experience disability?
Vicky Williams has been appointed group c.e.o. of Emerald, succeeding Richard Bevan, who is retiring. Tony Roche is to take over leadership of the group's publishing division.
Journalist and documentary maker Dani Garavelli has won Scotland's new Anne Brown Essay Prize.
This week, Jonathan Franzen's Crossroads (Fourth Estate), picked up mentions in the Observer, the Guardian, the Sunday Times, the Telegraph, the Daily Mail and was a One to Watch for The Bookseller's Alice O'Keeffe.
Supply chain technology firm Batch has launched a partnership with start-up NearSt, enabling booksellers to automatically show the titles they stock to people searching for them on Google.
Activist Judith Heumann’s memoir is an unflinching tale of struggle—and hope
Faber will mark the centenary of T S Eliot's landmark poem "The Waste Land" in 2022 with new publishing and a “riveting” work of non-fiction by biographer and the publisher's poetry editor Matthew Hollis.