Hodder & Stoughton has secured Esme King’s debut novel, Reasons To Go Outside, “an uplifting and life-affirming story about a woman who hasn’t left her home in 43 years”.
The legacy of science fiction author Octavia Butler is to be explored at the Barbican's New Suns feminist literary festival this month.
If I were to condense this comment piece into a poem, it might go like this: on the joys of reading a book (of poetry) in its original language for World Book Day Even in those four lines (as in all poetry) there is so much to unpack!
Picador has landed a story collection and debut novel from Niamh Mulvey, writer of publishing newsletter “In the Read” and a former Quercus commissioning editor.
Jojo Moyes’ Night Music (Hodder & Stoughton) has orchestrated a rise into the Bookstat e-book number one spot, for the week ending 27th February.
Picador has triumphed in an 11-publisher auction for Everything's Fine by debut US author Cecilia Rabess, amid a scramble for rights around the world.
Faber has detailed its publicity and marketing for Kazuo Ishiguro's Klara and the Sun, published this week, which features the first ever in-conversation public event between Ishiguro and his daughter, Naomi.
Comedy writer and actor Daisy May Cooper has written a "wonderful and ultimately uplifting" memoir, Don't Laugh, It Will Only Encourage Her, to be released by Penguin Michael Joseph.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has laid out his budget, announcing £6,000 “restart” grants for shops alongside an extension of furlough and the business rates holiday.