HarperCollins has landed two more books from the creator of the Stay-at-Home! Festival, C J Cooke.
Literary agency Greene & Heaton is to launch a submissions initiative and mentoring scheme for writers from underrepresented backgrounds, as part of The Greene Door Project.
Ed Balls, Bernardine Evaristo and Anita Rani will headline the Ilkley Literature Festival this October.
Post Hill Press will no longer be publishing a book authored by one of the officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor. The Fight for Truth: The Inside Story Behind the Breonna Taylor Tragedy by former Louisville police officer Jonathan Mattingly lost its distribution earlier this year when Simon & Schuster announced it would no longer distribute the book — following protests about their decision to initially distribute the book. Since Post Hill Press, a small conservative US publishing house, relies on S&S to distribute its books for them, the decision left the book in limbo. Wanting to...
Flint Books, an imprint of The History Press, has acquired two "urgent and instructive" titles on sustainability and climate change to publish in time for the COP26 summit in October.
Scholastic has snapped up the debut middle-grade novel of 12-year-old Cara Mailey, in the same week as a BBC One documentary airs about her and her family.
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Lizzie Damilola Blackburn, debut author of Yinka, Where is Your Huzband? (Viking), reveals all about the reality behind the dream of being published.
Durham's annual literary festival will be headlined by authors including Lemn Sissay, Richard Osman and Leïla Slimani, as the event pivots to a hybrid model following last year's fully digital experience.
Jane Dunn's Jane's Patisserie (Ebury) is the latest in a string of social media-inspired titles to have hit the UK Official Top 50 top spot.