Hodder & Stoughton has bagged Borough Market: Edible Histories, Epic Tales of Everyday Ingredients by Mark Riddaway, with illustrations by Emily Langford.
Lucy Hale, previously of Hachette UK, has been appointed to the newly created role of publisher for Pan.
Simon & Schuster is releasing Rage, a second book on Donald Trump by journalist Bob Woodward that includes material from letters between the President and North Korea dictator Kim Jong-un.
Thirty-four pictures drawn by children have been picked to illustrate J K Rowling's fairytale The Ickabog.
Aug 13 2020 Simon & Schuster's dominance over the Donald Trump exposé category is likely to be reaffirmed this September 15, when the publisher will release the latest title by Pulitzer Prize–winning Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward, of Watergate coverage fame. Rage, Woodward's 20th book, presents "an unprecedented and intimate tour de force of original reporting on the Trump presidency," S&S said in a release. It added that the book, Woodward's follow-up to his bestselling 2018 book Fear, "goes behind the scenes like never before, with stunning new details about early national security decisions and operations and Trump’s moves as...
Cengage's revenues fell 17% year on year in the first quarter of its fiscal year (to end June 2020), to a total of $191m, as the Covid-19 pandemic hit.
Warner Bros TV has acquired TV rights to Diane Cook's Booker-longlisted novel The New Wilderness, published this week by Oneworld.
Tate has announced it is making 313 redundancies in its commercial operations, Tate Enterprises, including at its bookshops and publishing arm.
Lily Cole is launching a podcast in association with Penguin Random House, with guests including Elon Musk, Patti Smith and Sir Paul McCartney.
Ben Fogle's Inspire: Life Lessons from the Wilderness has been acquired by publisher William Collins, to be published this October.