Highlights from around the globe

Results

97 - 108 of 680 results

|

Items per page:

Sort By
  • US Government approves merger of Penguin and Random House

    Helen Clifford, 18 Feb 2013

    The merger of publishing giants Penguin and Random House is set to go ahead after the move was given the green light by US government agencies. The deal had

    Page 18 Feb 2013

  • Paper books to retain their place in Russian's hearts

    Helen Clifford, 14 Feb 2013

    Despite the growing global popularity of e-books and other digital media formats, Russian literary experts are predicting paper books to remain popular in the future,

    Page 14 Feb 2013

  • Brand new literary festival launches in Congo

    Helen Clifford, 13 Feb 2013

    Today (February 13th) sees the launch of the inaugural 'Brazzaville' literary and film festival in Congo's Palais de Congres.   The event has been organised by Etonnants

    Page 13 Feb 2013

  • New 'Woman in Black' book set for release

    Helen Clifford, 13 Feb 2013

    Susan Hill's popular horror story 'The Woman in Black' is to make a return this year with the release of a sequel entitled 'The Woman in Black: Angel of

    Page 13 Feb 2013

  • Used e-books to be sold online

    Helen Clifford, 12 Feb 2013

    The popularity of e-books has been on the rise for the past few years thanks to the invention of digital readers and tablets, and now the craze could be set to

    Page 12 Feb 2013

  • Good turnout for National Libraries Day

    Helen Clifford, 12 Feb 2013

    National Libraries Day, which took place this past Saturday (February 9th), has been hailed as a success by ministers and reading institutions across the

    Page 12 Feb 2013

  • Ridley Scott to bring Philip K Dick adaptation to the small screen

    Helen Clifford, 11 Feb 2013

    Syfy has signed up to turn the Philip K Dick novel The Man in the High Castle into the latest in its portfolio of TV adaptations. Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files)

    Page 11 Feb 2013

  • ITV creates new publishing head role

    Helen Clifford, 08 Feb 2013

    ITV Studios has creates a new executive position to oversee and develop its publishing interests. ITV Studios Global Entertainment (ITVS GE) has appointed

    Page 08 Feb 2013

  • Romantic novelist Jessica Blair is really Bill Spence

    Helen Clifford, 08 Feb 2013

    Many great writers down the years have used a pen name. Take Mark Twain, for example, the famous author of classic books such as ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry

    Page 08 Feb 2013

  • Children’s publisher to go digital

    Helen Clifford, 07 Feb 2013

    Nickelodeon Global Publishing, the publisher of children’s titles based on the company’s popular television programmes, has announced that it is to release a number

    Page 07 Feb 2013

  • Knopf to publish new Bridget Jones novel

    Helen Clifford, 06 Feb 2013

    Helen Fielding fans will no doubt be pleased to hear that Knopf is to publish the third book in the popular ‘Bridget Jones’ series this November. While no title

    Page 06 Feb 2013

  • Danish bestseller gets first English translation

    Helen Clifford, 06 Feb 2013

    Scandinavian literature has been very much in fashion for the past few years, with a number of top crime fiction novels emerging from the region. Perhaps most

    Page 06 Feb 2013

We use cookies to operate this website and to improve its usability. Full details of what cookies are, why we use them and how you can manage them can be found by reading our Privacy & Cookies page. Please note that by using this site you are consenting to the use of cookies.