Weruche Opia, best known for her role in Michaela Coel’s Bafta-winning series "I May Destroy You", will read the audiobook of the Nigerian essay collection Of This Our Country (The Borough Press) alongside fellow actor Oseloka Obi.
The funeral of David Whitaker, a former editor of The Bookseller, will take place on 17th September at St Paul's Church in Covent Garden.
Faber has landed a collection of "uplifting" romantic short stories, edited by author Melissa Meyer.
Quercus Non Fiction has pre-empted The Birth Debrief by Illiyin Morrison, a book offering practical solutions to navigating pregnancy and transitioning into postpartum life.
Romance authors are teaming up to support earthquake relief efforts in Haiti by offering signed copies of bestselling books, manuscript critiques, Zoom chats, and more in the Romance for Haiti Auction. Bids are open now through 11:00 PM EDT on Friday, September 3, and all proceeds will go to local organizations working on the ground in Haiti. 🗣️Have you checked out the Romance for Haiti auction yet? We have over 200 amazing items you can bid on and help support the earthquake relief efforts in Haiti!Go to the auction page and check it out 👇https://t.co/1xs5tjBcXmBut first here is a preview!...
Victoria Hislop’s bestselling The Island (Headline) and its sequel have been celebrated with a series of projections across London including Marble Arch and the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral.
Ingram’s Peter McCarthy will join BookMachine’s editorial board next year to lead its marketing stream.
James Daunt has hailed a rise in sales at American bookseller Barnes & Noble following changes he introduced after being appointed as its c.e.o. in 2019.
Independent children's publisher Lantana has been awarded a £20,000 grant to support its paid internship scheme for young aspiring publishers from underrepresented groups.
China has announced a series of reforms for private education companies, which could impact English Language Teaching (ELT) divisions at UK publishers.