The shortlist for the 2015 Bad Sex in Fiction Award features several A-list names, led by Morrissey, Erica Jong and Lauren Groff.
Rutger Bruining of StoryTerrace discusses his crowdfunding platform that enables families to commission a ghostwritten biography of a loved one.
Writer and editor John Freeman discusses his transition from book criticism to editing Granta, and now, to launching his own journal, Freeman’s.
Publishers would do well to ape the binge-watching phenomenon and encourage ‘binge-reading’ of popular series.
The BBC Get Reading campaign encourages British citizens to make books a bigger part of their lives in 2016.
Egyptian bookstore chain ALEF has opened a shop in London with the aim of promoting and spreading Arabic literature to an international audience of readers.
Malta’s biggest book fair displays the country’s varied cultural influences and serves as a showcase for its small, dynamic publishing industry.
Following the closure of the Roald Dahl Prize last month, Scholastic will introduce ‘a new series of awards for funny children’s books in the UK.’
Andrew Franklin of London’s Profile Books doesn’t believe in publishing mysticism, just good business: “It always comes down to authors and their books.”
Market research companies Nielsen and GfK announced a partnership on Monday with the aim of providing insights about global book publishing.