Fri, 31/01/2014 - 11:00
Angry Robot has acquired three new authors for its various lists.
Exhibit A, Angry Robot's crime imprint, has bought two stand-alone psychological thrillers from Irish debut author Siobhan MacDonald. The world English rights deal was negotiated by Exhibit A editor Bryon Quertermous with Isobel Dixon of Blake Friedmann.
Mon, 16/12/2013 - 15:29
Emlyn Rees is stepping down as commissioning editor of Exhibit A, the crime imprint of Angry Robot.
Rees will return to writing full time and is also setting up a new crime festival, the Dark & Stormy Crime Festival, which is to cover books, film and theatre and will launch in 2014...
Fri, 29/11/2013 - 10:24
Angry Robot has signed a two-book deal with debut author Carrie Patel.
Senior editor Lee Harris signed world rights from Jennifer Goloboy of the Red Sofa Literary Agency.
The first book, The Buried Life, will be released in summer 2014, followed by Renaissance Land in 2015. The Buried Life is set...
Fri, 28/06/2013 - 11:29
Angry Robot has signed a two-book deal with US actor and writer Michael Boatman.
Senior editor Lee Harris signed world rights for two fantasy novels in a deal with Rasheed McWilliams of Kneerim & Williams Literary Agency.
The sci-fi and fantasy publisher, part of the Osprey Group, plans to release Last God Standing in...
Fri, 21/06/2013 - 11:22
Angry Robot's crime imprint Exhibit A has signed up two historical mystery books starring William Shakespeare.
Written by Bartholomew Daniels, and purporting to be based on the Bard's own journals, the books will feature Shakespeare as the central character, investigating the death of his wealthy patron and uncovering a...
Wed, 10/04/2013 - 12:01
Angry Robot crime imprint Exhibit A has signed two new novels from award-winning journalist Terry Irving.
Exhibit A commissioning editor Emlyn Rees bought world English, translation and dramatisation rights to Irving’s novel Courier, as well as an as-yet-unnamed sequel, from Dean Krystek at Word Link USA.
Wed, 27/03/2013 - 12:30
Faber Factory Plus now handle sales representation for the Osprey Group’s fiction imprints.
The service, which launched in January 2012, will cover sci fi and fantasy imprint Angry Robot; Strange Chemistry, Angry Robot’s YA list; and Exhibit A, which focuses on crime and thriller novels.
Ian West, sales director...
Wed, 20/03/2013 - 15:39
Two publishers have signed up books from Italy-based writer Charles Lambert.
Emlyn Rees of Exhibit A, Angry Robot's crime imprint, has signed world English rights in two novels via Isobel Dixon at the Blake Friedmann Literary Agency.
Lambert's first novel for Exhibit A is The View from the Tower, a...
Fri, 08/02/2013 - 14:18
Angry Robot has promoted Lee Harris to the position of senior editor, with immediate effect.
Harris was previously editor at the SFF specialist, after joining the publisher as assistant editor in 2009.
He said: "I'm absolutely delighted with the new role, which is very similar to the old role, but with added pressure...
Thu, 17/01/2013 - 10:27
What’s scarier than a psychopathic serial killer that can travel through time toying with victims at various points in their life? Not much if Lauren Beukes’ new thriller, The Shining Girls (May, HarperCollins), is anything to go by.
Set in 1931 Depression-era Chicago, the violent Harper is living a hand-to-mouth...