Monday 25th May
Book Trade News
The 2015 edition of BookExpo America will feature one of the biggest exhibits ever seen at the annual event
Will Amazon's contract negotiations with the last of the "Big Five" consumer book publisher be its toughest?
From the start of this month the online retailer has started booking its sales through the UK, meaning resulting profits will be taxed by HMRC
Harlequin Audio plans to release 200 titles in its first year, and the first titles will go on sale June 30.
Campaigner Alan Gibbons has re-issued invitation to culture minister to discuss 'the future of the service' as agreed before the general election
Private Island, his study of how the growth of privatisation has affected the UK, 'more than passes the Orwell test of political writing as art'
Now slightly better than EE
Network of sites draws 25 million visits per month
Will operate in conjunction with the audio unit at HarperCollins
"Huge impact on encouraging young children to read, particularly boys"
Harry Potter author's lawyer says allegations left her 'distressed'
In speech to US students, novelist says free expression sustains all other freedoms and without it 'democracy is a sham'
The popular streaming service aims to offer its 60m users a more personal experience
Sometimes done without their knowledge
Because "there are no words to describe my feelings"
60 years in showbusiness
Children's book editor Rebecca Lewis-Oakes has won the 10th annual Kim Scott Walwyn Prize
Emmy Award-winning actor Julianna Margulies to step into publishing limelight
Deal with DHX Brands covers all publishing formats, both physical and digital
Come, Tell Me How You Live recounts travels with her archaeologist husband after the second world war and features little-seen photographs
The new offerings include news bulletins from National Public Radio, the BBC and others as well as longer video and audio podcasts and clips
Supreme court justices lift injunction barring publication of book in which concert musician discusses being sexually abused as a child
Books that made him laugh
Judges praised extraordinary intensity and vocal range"