Polygon, an imprint of Birlinn, has acquired two titles in Steven Veerapen's new historical crime series.
Jyoti Patel, the winner of the 2021 #Merky Books New Writers’ Prize, talks to about the competition, her writing and future projects.
The Quarto Group saw revenue increase by 21% to $56.9m (£40.9m) in the six months to 30th June 2021, from $46.9m (£33.7m) during the same period last year, but c.e.o. C K Lau has warned the second half of 2021 will be "challenging" due to freight issues.
When Jane McMorrow, director of Creative Future, asked me to sit on the judging panel for their Writers Award, I’ll admit to being a little (a lot) bit nervous. I am notoriously bad at judging competitions because I can see so much potential in most pieces of writing that I very often want all of them to win. But, when you look at what Creative Future stands for and what they do, I knew that I had to become involved.
The Black Spring Press Group has acquired A very short book about writing, the debut collection from Jonathan Davies.
Cambridge University Press and exams group Cambridge Assessment have merged into one organisation under the name Cambridge University Press & Assessment.
It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for a new batch of book releases! Here are a few of the books out today you should add to your TBR. This is a very small percentage of the new releases this week, though, so stick around until the end for some more Book Riot resources for keeping up with new books, including our YouTube channel, where I talk about each of these! The book descriptions listed are the publisher’s, unless otherwise noted. [embedded content][embedded content] All’s Well by Mona Awad Miranda Fitch’s life is a waking nightmare. The accident that ended her...
Blind and partially sighted readers can now access thousands of audiobooks through the Royal Institute of Blind People's partnership with Amazon's AI assistant Alexa.
Pan Macmillan has signed a new six-book deal with Karen Swan, marking her first move into historical fiction and hardback.
Canongate has landed an "ambitious and deeply moving book" by journalist and author Chitra Ramaswamy about her unlikely friendship with Jewish refugee Henry Wuga, which will be a lead non-fiction hardback for the publisher.