Mon, 05/11/2012 - 08:01
HarperCollins imprint The Friday Project has signed a 27-e-book deal to publish the original "Confessions of . . ." series which inspired a slew of bawdy sex films in the 1970s.
Scott Pack, publisher of The Friday Project, signed the deal for world English digital rights, with a print option available, from Caroline...
Fri, 27/01/2012 - 11:11
HarperCollins imprint The Friday Project has acquired more than 50 titles by prolific author, and former Bookseller columnist, Brian Aldiss.
Publisher Scott Pack bought UK and Commonwealth rights in the titles—comprising literary fiction, sci-fi and non-fiction works—as well as Aldiss—entire short-story archive from...
Thu, 10/04/2008 - 15:15
Anthony Cheetham is owed £60,000 by The Friday Project, according to documents filed at Companies House. According to the documents, the blogs-to-books publisher owes a total of £1.79m. Along with Cheetham, who invested in TFP, other creditors are TFP founder Clare Christian (£68,158) and commercial director Scott Pack (...
Mon, 10/03/2008 - 07:46
Both co-founder Clare Christian and commercial director Scott Pack have declined to comment on a Telegraph report that web-to-print publisher The Friday Project is to be bought by HarperCollins after the business was put into administration one week ago. It had previously been in discussions with a number of publishers, including Pan Macmillan...
Mon, 16/07/2007 - 15:20
Web-to-print publisher The Friday Project has teamed up with creative writing course the Arvon Foundation, in the latest publisher effort to source new talent direct. Under the agreement TFP will read submissions by writers who attend Arvon's week-long residential creative writing courses, and post reviews of the best entries online at the...