Read The Blog: Publishing News

Rowling’s Christmas Pig jingles all the way to number one

J K Rowling's The Christmas Pig (Little, Brown) has flown directly into the Official UK Top 50 number one spot, selling ...
Read More

Third of all global research articles now published Open Access, says STM

Around a third of all global research articles are now published Open Access, according to the latest report by the ...
Read More

Hutchinson Heinemann 2022 showcase takes place in-person

One of the first in-person publisher showcases took place this week with the 2022 line-up from the recently launched Hutchinson ...
Read More

Bluemoose launches non-fiction list

Bluemoose Books is launching a non-fiction list, starting with a book by Stu Hennigan which exposes "the abject poverty of ...
Read More

Princeton University Press joins forces with de Rham for gravity exploration

Princeton University Press has acquired world English rights, including audio, to Claudia de Rham’s The Beauty of Falling ...
Read More

Closing the loop

In order to make a substantial. lasting change to the sustainability of the trade, we must create a circular economy ...
Read More

Clifford, Dadzie and Hatherley shortlisted for Bread and Roses Award

Ellen Clifford, Stella Dadzie and Owen Hatherley are among authors to be shortlisted for the Bread and Roses Award for ...
Read More

Female author Mola revealed to be three men at €1m prize ceremony

Carmen Mola, a female novelist who won a €1m Spanish literary prize last week, has been revealed as a pseudonym for three ...
Read More

William Collins lands new history on the Interregnum by Keay

William Collins has landed a new history on the Interregnum period by Anna Keay, the director of the Landmark Trust, ...
Read More

Books in the Media: Grohl and Strout rock to the top of reviews

Dave Grohl's memoir The Storyteller (S&S) was one of the critics most reviewed this week, picking up mentions in The Bookseller, ...
Read More
error: