Organisers of the Frankfurt Book Fair say they "regret" that some authors have decided to cancel their appearances at this year's event owing to the presence of New Right publisher Jungeuropa.
Rebecca Clifford, Marie Favereau and Marjoleine Kars have been announced as the 2021 finalists for the $75,000 (£54,500) Cundill History Prize, the highest value non-fiction award in the world.
Musician Vashti Bunyan’s memoir, which “rewrites the narrative of a barefoot girl on the road”, has gone to White Rabbit.
Scholastic UK has picked up a two more middle-grade titles from brother-sister duo Stephen and Anita Mangan.
Libraries Connected held its first ever awards this week, to recognise and celebrate the achievements of library staff over the past year.
Kate Mosse is launching a YouTube channel, including a book club featuring two non-fiction titles and a pair of fiction titles each month.
HQ will be publishing a new, revised edition of Caroline Hirons' debut Skincare, featuring new content including advice on menopause and perimenopause.
Allison & Busby has picked up Liz Webb’s debut The Daughter, a "dark and quirky" thriller.
Jessica Kingsley Publishers (JKP) is launching a new podcast supporting the mental health of children and teens called "Our Kids in Mind".