‘Right Kind of Wrong’ by Amy Edmondson wins this year’s £30,000 Financial Times and Schroders Business Book of the Year.
The former chief of Quarto and Welbeck, Marcus Leaver announces the formation of a new publisher, the Gemini Books Group.
‘We could all use a little more empathy in the world,’ the 2023 Royal Society Prize laureate Ed Yong says.
The eighth iteration of the Publishing Scotland fellowship for international editors is to be staged in August.
‘Prophet Song,’ Irish author Paul Lynch’s fifth novel, is a study in contemporary literary intensity, winning the Booker Prize for Fiction.
Richard Charkin sees in David Shelley’s US-UK Hachette CEO appointment a chance for more commitment to world English rights.
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.
The United Kingdom’s Publishers Association has opened its annual week of promotion for careers in publishing.
John Vaillant’s ‘Fire Weather’ about fossil fuels, climate science, and disaster wins the 2023 Baillie Gifford Prize for Nonfiction in London.