Scribner UK is to publish Dreamland, a novel of "originality, urgency and great importance" by Rosa Ranklin-Gee.
Kay Featherstone and Kate Allinson's Pinch of Nom Quick & Easy (Bluebird) has held the UK Official Top 50 number one spot for a third consecutive week.
Experience is the new cultural currency. I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know, but it’s radically changed the way I write for theatre and TV, and I wonder if it's going to influence the way authors and publishers approach books.
BBC Two's weekly book club series “Between the Covers”, hosted by Sara Cox, is returning for a second series this spring.
The National Literacy Trust's Connecting Stories campaign, championing literacy in diverse communities in need of support, has attracted the support of 18 publishers and 32 authors, including children's writers Sathnam Sanghera, Konnie Huq and Steve Antony.
Online classroom platform Oak National Academy is launching a new virtual library in partnership with the National Literacy Trust.
Ebury Press has signed an “inspirational” memoir from former SAS trooper and air-accident survivor Jamie Hull.
Virago is publishing the first novel in two decades from Gayl Jones, Palmares, set in 17th-century colonial Brazil on Portuguese plantations and in the last fugitive slave settlement.
Tributes have been paid to award-winning novelist, poet and pathologist David Wheldon following his unexpected death at the age of 70.
Barrington Stoke has acquired The Great (Food) Bank Heist, a "heartfelt adventure" from Onjali Q Raúf that will offer a child’s perspective on the rapidly increasing problem of food poverty in the UK.