Listing bestselling work, BookNet Canada takes a look back at this year–and at a decade that started by putting ‘Fifty Shades’ on top.
In this ‘Words Without Borders’ issue on true crime, Susan Harris asks, for the reader, ‘Is this the truth of the case? And if not, how can I tell?’
Characterizing its 2020 programming as ‘activism-themed,’ the May flagship Hay Festival in Wales opens early-bird ticket sales.
Newly instituted in the UK this year, the Amazon Charts for the first time offer market comparative top titles between the British and American markets.
Three ghosts later, publisher Gerald Hambledon posts a new message to the worldwide staff of Hambledon Global Publishing–about ‘the future of our industry.’
Co-edition publishing is on the rise in Italy this year, as is the number of foreign rights Italian publishers have sold abroad, according to a new report from the Associazione Italiana Editori.
Penguin Random House has a new UK-built D2C holiday gift selector, and ups its donation to longtime charity partner First Book.
Citing a high of €76.71 million (US$84.5 million) in book exports to Argentina, Spain’s publishers’ federation reports a 10.43-percent rise 2018 exports.
In UK audiobook statistics, Harris Interactive sees younger, higher salaried men leading listeners. Orion’s Katie Espiner talks about women in publishing.
As tickets go on sale for Margaret Atwood’s tour in Australia and New Zealand, Alex Fane speaks at FutureBook in London about staging and paying authors.