Alarms raised in many parts of the publishing value change–and from many markets–tell of a deepening crisis.
Following the publisher Richard Charkin’s column for us on translators and translation, Frank Wynne offers his considered reaction.
Taking many in the British publishing community by surprise, Costa Book Awards is discontinuing its long-running program.
The Irish author of ‘Nora Webster’ and ‘The Master,’ Colm Tóibín, wins the 2022 Rathbones Folio Prize.
The Copenhagen-based Saga Egmont division of Lindhard & Ringhof is making English-language audiobooks for four new partner presses.
The 2022 Rathbones Folio Prize names eight works of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction to its shortlist, a winner expected March 23.
The 50-year-old Costa Book Awards’ 2021 cycle has chosen a book of sonnets called ‘The Kids’ by Hannah Lowe as its top honor.
Hachette UK has acquired the Canadian- and Irish-based stationery company Paperblanks, with Graham Conway to be its CEO.
The Costa Book Awards program, in its 50th year, names winners in five categories: first novel, novel, biography, poetry, children’s books.
After years in the court system trying to regain copyright revenue for educational content, Canada’s publishers and authors look to Parliament.