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Hugo Awards Shortlist Dominated By Rightwing Campaign

Monopolised by nominations from Sad and Rabid Puppies groups

Wellcome Book Prize Goes To Psychosomatic Illness Study

Neurologist Suzanne O'Sullivan's It's All in Your Head wins the £30,000 award for 'thoughtful, humane and heartfelt' study

U.K. Booksellers Celebrating Shakespeare Saturday

April 23 is World Book Night, which has a Shakespeare theme this year

James Tait Black Prizes Shortlist Announced

Fascinating blend of books by debut and award winning authors

Trade Announcements

Teachers In Cardiff And Canada Compete With Software Designer In Shortlist For Prestigious £10,000 Times Chicken House Children's Fiction Competition

The Folio Prize Foundation Announces The Folio Academy Sessions At The British Library

Aidan Abet: New From Guy Bass To Barrington Stoke

New Research Highlights A Gulf In Reading Enjoyment And Attitudes Between Primary And Secondary School Pupils

Concerto Of The Holocaust And The Nakba Wins 2016 International Prize For Arabic Fiction

PRH Children's snaps up second novel from rising UK YA star

It's All In Your Head By Suzanne O'Sullivan Wins £30,000 Wellcome Book Prize 2016

Jonathan Tel Wins The 2016 Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award

Thomas Dunne Books Acquires North American Rights To 'war Fairy', The Debut Novel By Daniela Tully

Greenwich Book Festival 2016 Line-Up Confirmed

2016 Prime Minister's Literary Awards Now Open

Travel Writer John Harrison Among Longlist Of Nine For The New Welsh Writing Awards 2016: University Of South Wales Prize For Travel Writing

Greenwich Book Festival 2016 Line-up Announced

Announcing The Shortlist For The 2016 Petrona Award For The Best Scandinavian Crime Novel Of The Year

Penguin Acquires The Wrong Book

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Why publishers should give due credit to all book creators

Failing to credit all those involved in the creation of a book means sales opportunities are lost

From School Books To Publishing, Black Girls Deserve Better Representation

Why are there so few books for them?

Does The World Want A £270 E-Reader?

Why on Earth is Amazon launching another Kindle?

What's The Point Of The London Book Fair?

Publishing has become irrelevant

Feature Items

One-Man Publisher Revives Flatland To Prove Print Isn't Dead

A glorious, singular time for the medium

Boys, Girls, Books And Roses: A Literary Love Affair In Catalonia

St George's Day in Catalonia coincides with World Book Day and is an opportunity for Catalans to honour their patron saint and show their love of culture

Spinning Book Sales From Movie Adaptations

Why must the covers be so ugly?­­

How To Negotiate A Raise (If You're A Woman)

First, as you are a woman, stop crying


The Legendary Editor Giancarlo Bonacina Sadly Died Friday 8th April 2016

Truly one of the great publishers on the international stage

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