The co-founders of London’s Swift Press talk about publishing Richard Reeves’ ‘Of Boys and Men’ in the United Kingdom’s book business.
The UK’s Wolfson History Prize gives its top honor this year to Halik Kochanski’s ‘Resistance,’ on the World War II underground.
In our Roundup, we feature work originating in Polish, Finnish, English, Italian, Danish, and Turkish.
John Vaillant’s ‘Fire Weather’ about fossil fuels, climate science, and disaster wins the 2023 Baillie Gifford Prize for Nonfiction in London.
The US National Book Awards’ ceremony in New York City concludes with an earnest, respectful appeal for a ‘humanitarian cease-fire’ in Gaza.
Working with Nielsen, the Baillie Gifford Prize’s research on six winners shows an average 857-percent gain in unit sales after a win.
Journalist Tania Branigan wins the richest award in nonfiction, the Cundill History Prize, for her study of China’s Cultural Revolution.
Another closely watched awards program gears up for a new year, the German Nonfiction Prize naming its jury.
From its eight-title shortlist, the Cundill History Prize has put forward three finalists, the winner to be named on Wednesday.
Ahead of an ‘It’s Finland Again’ campaign for the 10th anniversary of Frankfurt’s Guest of Honor Finland, FILI announces record rights sales.