Saturday 30th April
Book Trade News
Germany's Publishers' Forum: Bedeviled by Data
The Harry Potter author says she wants to see the play travel to different countries
Cites 'revenue shortfall'
Mark Dawson used his 90-minute commute to write his thrillers
Import restrictions should be lifted, a new government report has said
Griffiths, who will be based in the company's London headquarters, was previously head of publishing at Hesperus Press
Debut novel The Sympathizer follows win at the US's top fiction prize with leading honour for crime writing
The judges have whittled down the 60 entries to a short list of five
The ISNI identifies people, not products
Shifts some North American distribution online
Helped by rising sales of its Kindle reading devices
"Solid start to the year, in line with our expectations"
Feud has gone from bad to worse
"First novel selected by an algorithm for publishing"
Woman checked out Myths and Legends of Maoriland from Auckland library in 1948 and had been 'meaning to return it for years'
Project earned 900 percent of its original $5,000 goal
Repeal of parallel import restrictions recommended
News was announced on Twitter by Diski's partner
Pearson wants to sell GlobalEnglish Corp, Sky says
Arcadia joins works by Becky Chambers, Adrian Tchaikovsky, JP Smythe, Dave Hutchinson and Nnedi Okorafor
Is Rian Johnson the new, appointed gatekeeper of spoilers?
All-star cast includes John Boyega, James McAvoy, Ben Kingsley, Gemma Arterton, Olivia Colman, Anne-Marie Duff and Nicholas Hoult
"Brutal approach to running the organization"
About 1,500 jobs under threat after collapse of vital contract with Daily Mail publisher DMG Media
Emma Watson has named The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson as the May 2016 pick for Our Shared Shelf