Digital commercial fiction publisher Hera Books has been acquired by Canelo for an undisclosed fee, with Hera's co-founder and m.d. Lindsey Mooney stepping down from the firm to pursue other opportunities.
UK book manufacturer Clays has ordered a new printing press which will have the capacity to produce roughly 50 million books a year.
Andersen Press will publish the first middle-grade novel from Carnegie Medal-winner Melvin Burgess, to be illustrated by Chris Mould.
Online retail giant Amazon has cut back its pioneering drone delivery team, but says it will still have a Prime Air presence in the UK.
Author and astrologer Judy Hall has died aged 77, her publisher Octopus has announced.
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If you are on Twitter, you couldn’t have missed it. Kate Clanchy’s memoir, that won the Orwell Prize for Political Writing, is rife with racialised descriptions of her students. Words such as chocolate and almond used to describe skin colour, tired tropes of hair or size of bosoms used to stereotype different ethnicities, the shape of skull and other facial features such as nose used to define them. It was shocking once these snapshots of whole pages from her book were being shared.