Two-time National Book Award winner Jesmyn Ward signs a new three-book deal with Scribner; Bantam takes civil rights lawyer Ben Crump's fiction debut, and more.
PW offers a selection of the more than 150 panels and discussions featured on tap in the fair’s Seminar Program, including sessions on AI, Audiobooks, BookTok, DEI, and the Freedom to Read and Publish.
British publishers discuss how transatlantic collaboration can boost books’ performance and the work it takes to maintain mutually beneficial relationships.
U.S. agents expect romantasy to be hot, debut fiction not.
The London Book Fair embraces its new status as the first major publishing event of the year.
After its parent company was sold to private equity, the British subsidiary carries on with confidence.
Watkins Media’s head of marketing says that its unique titles, which span many categories—including the occult several countercultures—are finding success in the U.S.
At 50, the U.K. press is growing its list and expanding into new formats, all while keeping a sharp focus on libraries.
The managing director of Usborne Publishing reflects on the legacy of her father, the company’s founder, who died last year.
The U.K. Publishers Association’s CEO says that the U.S. and British industries have shared interests—even as they compete for rights and market share.