Tag Archives: Booker Prize

Top 5 Publishing Articles/Blog Posts of the Week 7/4-7/8

Every week, we recommend 5 publishing articles/blog posts that supplement the major news for the week. Whether data or industry commentary, we hope these 5 links will be a simple way to keep you in the know. What are the most common traits of Booker Prize winning novels? Can one study show how many kinds of stories…Continue Reading

Publishers Offering Creative Writing Classes, in the UK and Beyond

In a world where “content and form can be easily separated, writers…are nothing short of desperate to understand the change that technology has forced upon traditional publishing,” writes Jason Allen Ashlock, President of Movable Type Management, in a recent Digital Book World post. In the interest of authors being better informed, some publishers are getting…Continue Reading

Surveying the Shortlists

Black-tie shebangs are thick on the calendar this time of year, with publishers scurrying from one award ceremony to the next, buoyed along by the hope of slapping those “Winner!” stickers on their authors’ books — or at least hoping to have a good meal and a quick exit from the fête du jour. September…Continue Reading

International Fiction Bestsellers

The Streets of London Cumming Goes Undercover, More Fodder for Potter, and Delahunt Reaches for the Orange With all eyes focusing intently on the latest deals from the London Book Fair, we thought we’d swivel the periscope toward what’s hitting the stores this summer in the UK. For starters, Charles Cumming’s A Spy By Nature…Continue Reading