Posted on 18th March 2012

Posted by Sophie

Short stories at the Bloomsbury Institute

Bloomsbury event celebrates short stories

Posted on 16th March 2012

Posted by andrea

Montpellier’s Comédie du Livre festival to celebrate the best of British writing

This June the international book festival Comédie du Livre is to celebrate the best of contemporary British writing. In 2011 the festival, which is held annually in the French town of Montpellier, honoured literature from the German-speaking world. With 2012 being the year of the London Olympics and the Charles Dickens bicentenary, British talent was the obvious choice…

Posted on 8th March 2012

Posted by Sophie

Fiction Uncovered announces pop-up shop in conjunction with The Book Barge

Fiction Uncovered announces today that it will be launching a summer 2012 pop-up bookshop on the floating indie retailer The Book Barge. The eight titles will be announced on 23 May 2012 and during the summer of 2012 the Fiction Uncovered/Book Barge shop will be popping up at waterfront locations selling all the titles selected…

Posted on 7th March 2012

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Fiction Fights Back: Alexandra Pringle introduces Bloomsbury Circus

When Helen and I presented Bloomsbury Circus to colleagues from all departments, our Head of Marketing exclaimed ‘Fiction Fights Back!’ This is our battle cry for the future of fiction.