Cambridge University Press (CUP) has come under fire for putting its business priorities ahead of its academic reputation after it conceded to demands from Chinese authorities to censor hundreds of articles in one of its flagship journals.
In a statement, CUP admitted removing 300 articles on subjects such as 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, Tibet, Xinjiang, Hong Kong and the Cultural Revolution from it’s the China Quarterly journal on the instruction of Chinese import agencies CEPIEC and CNPIEC.
Milo Yiannopoulos has reissued his $10m legal complaint against Simon & Schuster US for cancelling his book deal.
Elizabeth Buchan is moving to Corvus, an imprint of Atlantic Books, following a "hotly contested" auction for her next two novels.
Transworld is publishing a new book from comedian and TV presenter Paul O’Grady on life in the country this November.
John Murray imprint Two Roads has acquired two more books from Ruth Hogan, author of The Keeper of Lost Things.
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