The co-founders of London’s Swift Press talk about publishing Richard Reeves’ ‘Of Boys and Men’ in the United Kingdom’s book business.
Called ‘bang up-to-date and contemporary,’ Naomi Woods’ winning story ‘Comorbidities’ is to be published by Hachette’s Orion in June.
Welbeck Publishing Group reactivates the André Deutsch line as an imprint under the direction of former Orion publisher Malcolm Edwards.
An Atlantic crossing for Joseph O’Connor’s ‘Shadowplay’ from Europa Editions, and a boomerang career move for publishing director Clare Hey in London.
For decades a champion of science fiction and fantasy in the UK industry, Malcolm Edwards concludes a 43-year career in the business.
‘What we are producing is to be relied upon in this world of fake news.’ This, says Orion’s Katie Espiner, is global book publishing’s message today.
As innovative as publishers may want to be, how do we evaluate market response to ‘Julian Fellowes’s Belgravia’ with so few apps as apt comparisons?