Kazuo Ishiguro, Marcus Rashford and Paul McCartney are among the authors whose titles are shortlisted for Waterstones Book of the Year 2021.
Bloomsbury has reported record sales of £100.7m in its interim half-year results with profit growth up by 220%, something c.e.o. Nigel Newton has attributed partly to continued lockdown reading habits and the “phenomenal” impact of TikTok.
Nadine Dorries, the new Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, is among the headline speakers at the Independent Publishers Guild's first ever hybrid Autumn Conference next week.
Author Matt Haig, chief medical officer professor Chris Whitty and librarian Amy McKay have been awarded CILIP honorary fellowships for 2021.
Creative Access is launching career development bursary with McLaren Racing following research showing 70% of people interested in a publishing job have not applied because of financial obstacles.
This week brought “critical race theory” (CRT) into an even broader spotlight as politicians in two states, Virginia and Texas, have turned to using this term and the desire to keep so-called CRT out of the hands of impressionable children for political gain. In many ways, both campaigns follow the same trails that the Satanic Panic of the 80s and 90s did. The morality of teaching white kids about race rides alongside the idea that a global satanic cult worked to abduct and ritually abuse children. But today, the leaders of the satanic-like cults are educators and library personnel who...
Michael Rosen and Polly Dunbar are teaming up for the first time to create a "charming" illustrated collection of poems for toddlers with Walker Books.
With sustainability and green practices now top of the agenda for many companies, here at the Children’s Book Project (CBP) we are asking you as publishers to take a
Ebury imprint Witness Books has acquired Rewilding the Sea: How to Save Our Oceans, the new book by author and environmental campaigner Charles Clover.