London’s 13-year-old HopeRoad Publishing, focused on Caribbean, African, and Asian work, announces it’s having cash-flow struggles.
Honoring both a debut author and his or her editor, England’s Branford Boase Award goes this year to Christine Pillainayagam and Leah Thaxton.
The CA$75,000 Weston International Award honors author Robert MacFarlane for career achievement in nonfiction.
The six-title Booker Prize for Fiction shortlist carries forward four of the eight debuts that were included in its late-July longlist.
The annual ‘Nibbies,’ as the British Book Awards are known, this year are led by the acclaimed Irish author, Sally Rooney, who calls herself ‘astonishingly lucky.’
‘Conversations With Friends’ author Dubliner Sally Rooney at 26 wins the Sunday Times/PFD prize for emerging authors from the UK and Ireland.
Two Faber & Faber releases are among the expanded shortlist announced this weekend (October 29) for the Irish and UK author 35 or younger.
From bestsellers to controversies, evidence of progress and industry concerns—the issues UK publishers point to will be the stuff of Frankfurt chats this week.
‘How do you remain entrepreneurial when you have a business that has lasted for 90 years?’ Toby Faber on publishing longevity.
Emma Shercliff, Director of Cassava Republic Press in the UK, looks at the changing face of Nigerian literature, both in its writing and publishing.
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