The Guardian’s longlist for its Not The Booker Prize is up, and they need your votes!
On Book Riot, I round up five British Books coming to the US in August.
One reader asks: Which modern novelists could rekindle my love of fiction? The Guardian Books Clinic answers.
Stylist has an ode to the lost art of library books.
The paper also has a piece exploring how Emily Brontë created Cathy.
Nicole Kidman and Liane Moriarty are teaming up again, this time to adapt Nine Perfect Strangers.
How did the brainy book become a phenomenon? The Guardian investigates.
Independent presses are increasingly looking to subscription models in order to anchor business in unpredictable market.
The Guardian rounds up recent YA books.
Mills & Boon has commissioned 10 short stories to celebrate the UK’s most romantic spots.
The Guardian explores why there’s a buzz (ha) about Helen Jukes’ beekeeping memoir, A Honeybee Heart Has Five Openings.
The London branch of the Society of Young Publishers has launched a second mentoring initiative, SYPahead, aimed at those wanting to progress within the industry.